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The Altman Z-Score model, introduced by Edward Altman in 1968, is one of the most common models used in financial risk analysis. However, although it is a widely used model, many theories against the growing uncertainty of our daily lives have been replaced by theories modeled by more complex sets of numbers that are nonlinear. Therefore, the necessity of evaluating the financial uncertainty situation with different and innovative methods has emerged for the models obtained. When looking at thedoi:10.5281/zenodo.4914806 fatcat:skldbxetnjfe3axlruleqvz724