Economic issue of using artificial neural networks with radial-basis transmission functions for modeling efficiency of management processes
WSEI University, Poland
Lublin University of Technology, Poland
University of Rzeszow
Data nadesłania: 27-11-2023
Data akceptacji: 06-12-2023
Data publikacji: 18-12-2023
Autor do korespondencji
Artur Dmowski   

WSEI University, Poland
JoMS 2023;54(Numer specjalny 5):410-426
The paper presents the possibility of using artificial neural networks (ANN) with radial-basis transmission function (RBF) for modeling of economic phenomena and processes.

Material and methods:
The basic characteristics and parameters of an ANN with RBF are shown and the advantages of using this type of ANN for modeling economic phenomena and processes are emphasized. Using an ANN with RBF, together with official statistics for 2010-2017, the modeling of the influence caused by work efficiency indicators of the customs authorities of Ukraine on the indicators of economic security of Ukraine was carried out. These eighteen indicators of economic security of Ukraine, which comprehensively characterize the economic status of the country in terms of production, social, financial, food, transport, energy, and foreign economic security, were chosen as the most informative indicators.

The results of the study showed that Artificial neural networks with Radial-basis transmission function well describe the trend of changing state economic security indicators under the influence of changing performance indicators of customs authorities. This allows us to recommend this type of artificial neural networks for analysis, evaluation and forecasting of economic phenomena and processes.

The results obtained showed good analytical and prognostic properties of an ANN with RBF when modeling the impact of customs authorities' performance on the state's economic security indicators.

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