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Forecasting Customer Actions: Exploring Machine Learning Techniques for Behavior Analysis and Prediction

Author(s) Sandeep Rajani, Birendra Goswami
Country India
Abstract Modern modelling of today’s consumer behaviour is highly dependent on data mining which mines customers’ data in order to answer specific questions in time. This complexity and uncertainty relating to the consumer be-haviour makes it difficult for us to predict. Therefore, selection of appropri-ate methods is very important. Predictive models can be designed so as to identify specific group or individual actions and thus making them useful marketing tools. However, many models are overly simplistic for they leave out some of the essential factors hence leading to inaccurate forecasting out-comes. Consequently, instead of concentrating on customer behaviour-firm capital structure relationships only a strong association rule mining model should be created using online store data that effectively estimates customer response. Knowing their business clients is crucial when it comes to profitability by aligning the company’s earnings with their concerns. Artificial intelligence (AI) optimizes product location by clustering techniques targeting the right customers. It examines customer behaviour and buying trends utilizing Kaggle’s client membership card records such as Customer ID, age, gender, annual income, spending score among others. This includes basic market analytics based on demographic information like age or income split into groups, however big data superiority over traditional methods cannot be underestimated including machine learning applications such as Customer Seg-mentation Automated Methodology (CSAM), k-means clustering for user segmentation among others. This approach facilitates focused advertising campaigns and development and launch of new products aimed at particular consumer sections.
Keywords Customer Prediction, Machine learning, Business decision
Field Computer > Data / Information
Published In Volume 6, Issue 4, July-August 2024
Published On 2024-07-06
Cite This Forecasting Customer Actions: Exploring Machine Learning Techniques for Behavior Analysis and Prediction - Sandeep Rajani, Birendra Goswami - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 4, July-August 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i04.24126
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