Neural Networks in Business Forecasting
Neural Network is defined as the ability of a group to solve more problems than its individual members. The idea brings that a group of people can solve problems efficiently and offer greater insight and a better answer than any one individual could provide. The applications of Neural Network enhance an innovative business model for an enterprise. Role of Neural Network in an enterprise brings effectiveness. Further work will be carried out towards the Mathematical modeling of neural networks and various parameters will be engaged so as to get the required result to desired degree of accuracy .
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