Operation Monitoring System Model of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Sichuan Province in 2012

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Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 241)


It is a long-term strategic task for Sichuan province to vigorously develop small and medium enterprises. This paper uses the monitoring data of small and medium enterprises in Sichuan province in 2012 to establish a system model consisted of two models by employing support vector machine and group method of data handling. Research results show that the pre-warning level of the operating status of each month which obtained from the system model is almost the same with the official information, so we can use this model to effective early warn the operating status about small and medium-sized enterprises in Sichuan province. Meanwhile, the system model can find key factors which influence and restrict the healthy development of small and medium-sized enterprises in Sichuan province; there are some positive effects to deal with the survival and development crisis which small and medium-sized enterprises in Sichuan province are going through and to develop accurate support policies.


Small and medium-sized enterprises Operation monitoring Pre-warning Influence factors System model Data mining 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Business SchoolSichuan UniversityChengduPeople’s Republic ofChina
  2. 2.Small and Medium-sized Enterprise Development CenterChengduPeople’s Republic ofChina

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