Methods for evaluating innovation by means of flexible algorithms

Research work is devoted to issues related to innovative activity. Studied domestic and foreign approaches to the assessment of innovation. The theoretical part of the study introduces the emergence of the theory of algorithms and some of its aspects for further use in the practical part of the work. Based on the analysis, the use of fuzzy inference algorithms is justified. The practical part of the work is aimed at clarifying the capabilities of the involved algorithms for evaluating innovation, where the neural network was used as a mathematical instrument. In the course of the study, the assessment was performed in two ways. The first method took into account internal factors, the second — external. The results obtained allowed us to develop an assessment methodology that takes into account internal and external factors that affect innovation, both at the level of an individual company and at the level of the whole state

Keywords: algorithms, evaluation of innovation, fuzzy modeling, fuzzy set theory, fuzzy logic, neural networks


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