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Application of Neuro -Networks Algorithms for Design of Hierarchical Organizational Structures

Student: Marina Zubova

Supervisor: Eduard Babkin

Faculty: Faculty of Informatics, Mathematics, and Computer Science (HSE Nizhny Novgorod)

Educational Programme: Business Informatics (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The given research concerns the issue of organizational structure dynamic design by means of neural network algorithms. To adapt to a rapidly changing world, it is essential to modify the organizational hierarchy, which is considered as a fundamental core of an enterprise. Regarding the novelty of the study, provided heuristic methods such as neural network algorithms had not been applied before by Russian or any foreign scholars in order to solve the given issue. As the methodology of the investigation, the elements of operational research and mathematical apparatus of artificial neural networks will be used, especially, Hopfield neural networks. After theoretical material research, the mathematical model of organizational structure will be established. Finally, the neural network algorithm for solving the given optimization model will be provided.

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