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Evaluation of Venture Capital Based on Evaluation Model

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ABSTRACT

This paper studies evaluation problem in venture capital. Based on the venture capital and the actual evaluation work, we use an evaluation model proposed by us to evaluate the profitability of enterprises. We establish the impact of investment income and investment risk index system, corresponding to get observational data of the second order indexes. Evaluation model is a kind of generalized linear regression model with convex constraint, in which the dependent variable is unknown and regression coefficients all are calculated in accordance with samples instead of the prior designated. The least squares estimation of the model is given by the interactive projection algorithm between the convex sets, so as to provide a new analysis method for venture capital evaluation index system.

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H. Tong, Y. Pan, Y. Ye, S. Lu and H. Liu, "Evaluation of Venture Capital Based on Evaluation Model," Technology and Investment, Vol. 1 No. 3, 2010, pp. 201-204. doi: 10.4236/ti.2010.13023.

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