Patent Innovation Factors Evolution Based on P-SVM and GCCA
A two-stage neural network architecture constructed by combining potential support vector machines (P-SVM) with genetic algorithm (GA) and gray correlation coefficient analysis (GCCA) is proposed for patent innovation factors evolution. The enterprises patent innovation is complex to conduct due to its nonlinearity of influenced factors. It is necessary to make a trade off among these factors when some of them conflict firstly. A novel way about nonlinear regression model with the potential support vector machines (P-SVM) is presented in this paper. In the model development, the genetic algorithm is employed to optimize P-SVM parameters selection. After the selected key factors by the PSVM with GA model, the main factors that affect patent innovation generation have been quantitatively studied using the method of gray correlation coefficient analysis. Using a set of real data in China, the results show that the methods developed in this paper can provide valuable information for patent innovation management and related municipal planning projects.
S. Xu et al., "Patent Innovation Factors Evolution Based on P-SVM and GCCA", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 39, pp. 247-252, 2011