Klasifikasi Nasabah Potensial menggunakan Algoritma Ensemble Least Square Support Vector Machine dengan AdaBoost

Firman Aziz, Benny Leonard Enrico Panggabean


In the era of business and economics that are interconnected with each other and competition between companies in seeking market share so that there will be an increase, especially in the number of customers, especially deposit customers, financial institutions and other companies are increasingly realizing the importance of understanding and identifying potential customers correctly to get potential customers. customers subscribe to deposits. Potential customer classification is a strategic approach that allows financial institutions to identify potential customers who have the potential to subscribe to deposits. With a deeper understanding of the characteristics and needs of potential customers, financial institutions can direct marketing resources more effectively, increase marketing efforts, and increase the conversion of potential customers to active customers. The aim of this research is to develop and test the Ensemble Least Square Support Vector Machine model with AdaBoost in classifying potential customers which can increase accuracy in identifying potential customers who have the potential to subscribe to deposits. The research results showed that this method achieved an accuracy of 95.15%, a sensitivity of 92.93%, and a specificity of 97.61%. In comparison with single Support Vector Machine and Least Squares Support Vector Machine models, the Ensemble Least Squares Support Vector Machine outperforms both in terms of accuracy.


SVM,LS-SVM,Ensemble,AdaBoost,Bank Marketing

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30591/jpit.v8i3.5675


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