Credit Card Fraud Detection Framework - A Machine Learning Perspective

Jasmin Parmar, Achyut C. Patel, Mayur Savsani
2020 International Journal of Scientific Research in Science and Technology  
The short improvement withinside the E-Commerce enterprise has caused a dramatic enlargement withinside the usage of credit score playing cards for on-line buys and thusly they had been flooded with the fraud diagnosed with it. As of late, for banks has gotten extraordinarily tough for figuring out the fraud with inside the credit card framework. Machine getting to know assumes an essential component in distinguishing credit card fraud withinside the transactions. For foreseeing those
more » ... ing those transactions banks make use of specific system getting to know methodologies, beyond data has been accrued and new highlights are being applied for enhancing the prescient force. The exhibition of possible threats identification in credit card instances is highly prompted through the analysing technique at the informational collection, the dedication of factors, and discovery strategies applied. This paper explores the presentation of K-Nearest Neighbor, Decision Trees, Support Vector Machine (SVM), Logistic Regression, Random Forest, and XGBoost for credit card fraud detection. Dataset of credit card transactions is accrued from Kaggle and it includes a sum of 2,84,808 credit card transactions of an EU financial institution dataset. It depicts doubtful transactions as fraud & labels it "high-quality class" and actual ones as the "poor class". The dataset is relatively imbalanced, it has approximately 0.172% of fraud cases and the relaxations are actual transactions. These methods are implemented for the dataset and work is carried out in Python. The presentation of the methods is classed relying on the accuracy and F1 rating and confusion matrix. Results display that every set of rules may be used for credit card fraud detection with excessive precision. The proposed version may be helpful for the invention of numerous anomalies.
doi:10.32628/ijsrst207671 fatcat:ic4tx547zncfjezcrtmryb3fu4