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Credit Scoring & Its Application

Credit Scoring & Its Application

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Credit
Scoring
and Its
Applications
 
SIAM Monographs
on
Mathematical Modelingand Computation
About
the
Series
In
1997, SIAM began a new
series
on mathematical modeling andcomputation. Books
in the
series
develop
a
focused
topic
from
its
genesis
to the current state of the art; these books
present modern mathematical developments
with
directapplicationsinscienceandengineering;
describe mathematical
issues
arising
in
modern applications;
develop mathematical models of topical physical, chemical,
or
biological
systems;
presentnew and
efficient
computational
toolsandtechniquesthat have direct applications in science and engineering; and
illustrate
the
continuing,
integrated roles
of
mathematical,scientific,andcomputational investigation.Although sophisticated ideas
are
presented,
the
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style
is
popular rather than formal.
Texts
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intended
to be
read
by
audiences
with
little
more than a bachelor's degree in mathematics orengineering. Thus, they are suitable for use in graduatemathematics, science,
and
engineering
courses.
By
design,
the
material
is
multidisciplinary.
As
such,
we
hope
to
foster
cooperationandcollaboration between mathematicians,computer scientists, engineers,
and
scientists.
This
is a
difficult
task
because
different terminology
is
used
for the
same
concept
in
different disciplines. Nevertheless,webelievewehave been
successful
and hope that you enjoy the texts in the
series.
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Stochastic
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Broadband Communications
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Salamon, Paolo Sibani,
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Richard Frost,
Facts,
Conjectures,
andImprovements
for
Simulated Annealing
Lyn
C.
Thomas,
David
B.
Edelman,
and
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N.
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Credit
Scoring
and Its
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Paivarinta,
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Rundell,
An
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Wavelets:
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Tool
for
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Analysis
Editor-in-Chief
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Polytechnic
Institute
Editorial Board
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of
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at
Austin
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Washington University

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