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Viktoriia Khodyreva
Prediction of Client's Response Based on Machine Learning Techniques
2017
Banks and other financial institutions face a problem of identifying the clients who are likely to purchase a campaigned product, based upon the socio-demographic, financial information, behavioral history and other data available. This is a binary classification problem that can be solved using different machine learning techniques.

The aim of this work was to apply and compare the performance of several methods including the Logistic Regression, Neural Network, Random Forest, Gradient Boosting on real data from one of the Russian banks. The process of modelling included data gathering and preprocessing, feature selection, tuning model hyperparameters and evaluation of model performance.

The best model based on the ROC criterion was the Gradient Tree Boosting model.

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