Cluster Computing

, Volume 22, Supplement 6, pp 13805–13811 | Cite as

The design of financial risk control system platform for private lending logistics information

  • Ximei Li
  • Ximei LiEmail author


With the increasing popularity of credit, credit fraud is gradually increasing. Based on this, this paper takes use of computer technology and designs a credit fraud prediction model based on clustering analysis and integration improved support vector machine. First of all, adjust and reduce the imbalance based on K-means clustering analysis combined with more-than-half random sampling. Secondly, the idea of integrated learning was used to further deal with the imbalance of data and increase the attention of classifiers to minority classes. Finally, we tested the algorithm. The results showed that the algorithm effectively reduced the cost of accidental injury and provided a great possibility for the effective reduction of economic losses caused by credit fraud. It also provided a good theoretical basis for practical application.


Cluster analysis Integration improvement Support vector machine Credit risk 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.The Key Laboratory of Technology and Finance of Guangdong UniversityGuangdongChina
  2. 2.Guangdong University of FinanceGuangdongChina

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