DOI:​10.22452/MJCS.VOL28NO3.3
Corpus ID: 17707835
Initializing Genetic Programming using Fuzzy Clustering and its Application in Churn Prediction in the Telecom Industry
Bashar Al-Shboul, Hossam Faris, Nazeeh Ghatasheh
Published 2015
Computer Science

Malaysian Journal of Computer Science
Customer defection or "churn" rate is critically important since it leads to serious business loss. Therefore, many telecommunication companies and operators have increased their concern about churn… Expand
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