DETERMINATION OF IMPORTANT PARAMETERS FOR PATENT APPLICATIONS

Dušan Marković, Dalibor Petković, Vlastimir Nikolić, Miloš Milovančević, Nebojša Denić

DOI Number
10.22190/FUME170511014M
First page
307
Last page
313

Abstract


This research study is an analysis of patent applications based on different input parameters. Nine patent indicators for describing patent applications are retrieved from the World Bank database. The method of ANFIS (adaptive neuro fuzzy inference system) is applied to selecting the most important parameters for patent applications. The inputs are: charges for the use of intellectual property for payments and receipts, research and development expenditure, trademark applications for residents and nonresidents, researchers in research and development (R&D), technicians in R&D and high-technology exports. As the ANFIS outputs, patent applications for nonresidents and residents are considered. The results show that the combination of research and development expenditure and technicians in R&D is the most influential combination of input parameters for patent applications.


Keywords

ANFIS, Patent Applications, Research, Development

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