Performance Evaluation Model of Corporate Financial Sustainability based on Swarm Algorithm

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Lingjie Chang


In traditional financial performance evaluation models, parameter settings are often too large or too small, resulting in significant model errors. To address this issue, an improved artificial bee colony algorithm was proposed and applied to optimize the parameters of performance evaluation models. This method first constructs a corporate financial performance evaluation system, and then improves the artificial bee colony algorithm with differential evolution algorithm to optimize the parameters of the long short-term memory network, in order to improve the accuracy of the long short-term memory network in corporate financial performance evaluation. The results showed that the improvement of the ABC algorithm was effective. The improved ABC algorithm converged on the Ackley function in the 800th iteration, and the ABC algorithm converged in the 1400th iteration. The evaluation error of the proposed method is the lowest, with the algorithm having the lowest four errors of -0.0121, 0.0453, 0.0683, and 0.0047, respectively. Among the other algorithms, the comprehensive error of the financial performance evaluation model based on Long Short Term Memory (LSTM) network is relatively low, but still lower than the algorithm proposed in the study. The research proposes a long short-term memory network optimized based on improved artificial bee colony algorithm, which can accurately evaluate the financial performance of enterprises, help them review their own development level, and clarify their future development direction.

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Special Issue - Data-Driven Optimization Algorithms for Sustainable and Smart City