Z score

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Z score

n. Statistics
A measure of the distance in units of standard deviations of a particular value in a distribution or a set of data from the mean of that distribution or set of data.
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Applying Altman Z-Score Model of Bankruptcy on Service Organizations and Its Implications on Marketing Concepts and Strategies.
Techniques used for analyzing the data was Z-score model, mean, standard deviation, co-efficient of variation and graphs.
Class discussion should begin with a review of LIFO and FIFO inventory costing methods and the Altman Z-score model.
Altaian's Z-score model is an application of multivariate discriminant analysis (MDA) in credit risk modelling.
We employ a widely used accounting ratio-based z-score model as a proxy for default risk as with Dichev (1998), Griffin and Lemmon (2002), and Ferguson and Shockley (2003).