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Title: An Application of Neural Network on Early Warning System by Rating for the Credit Department of Fishermen Association in Taiwan
Authors: Ching-Ta Chuang;Hsiang-Hsi Liu;Ming-Fong Wu
Contributors: NTOU:Institute of Marine Affairs and Resource Managemen
Keywords: Early Warning System;Credit Department of Fishermen Association;Artificial Neural Network
Date: 2007-12-01
Issue Date: 2011-10-20T08:21:11Z
Publisher: Taiwanese Agricultural Economic Review
Abstract: abstract:This paper applies the Back-Propagation Network (BPN) to build the financial distress prediction models. Empirical results show that the effect of BPN on crisis management mechanisms towards communities' financial institutions in Taiwan is doing quite fine. In addition, the predictability comparison indicates that the highest accuracy is the Primitive BPN (81.1%) in the surveillance system, followed by the Factory BPN (77.85%) and the Ordered Logit (75.9%). Damages and impacts to the fishing community and industry are always far more serious when financial crises occur in the community's financial institutions. Thus, a more accurate financial warning system for governing these financial institutions is needed more than ever. The artificial neural network (ANN) suggested in this study can provide a bankruptcy predictor of financial distress among credit unions.
Relation: 13(1), pp.125-145
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/25067
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