Overview on intelligent comprehensive evaluation methods

Overview on intelligent comprehensive evaluation methods

Yong Yang Chenxia SuoWeijie Hao Zhihui Zhang 

Postdoctoral Programme, Bank of Zhengzhou, Zhengzhou 450018, China

Beijing Institute of Petrochemical Technology, Beijing 102617, China

Corresponding Author Email: 
suochenxia@bipt.edu.cn
Page: 
59-64
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DOI: 
https://doi.org/10.18280/rces.050401
Received: 
11 October 2017
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Accepted: 
26 September 2018
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Published: 
31 December 2018
| Citation

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Abstract: 

As the computer technology develops, intelligent methods play an increasingly wider role in social life. Intelligent methods are self-adaption and self-organization oriented; exhibit very strong robustness and obvious merits in solving qualitative and quantitative problems, as well as confirming the qualitative and uncertain issues. This paper sorts out the important theories and methods for intelligent evaluation, analyzes and defines the basic principles and models involved, and forecasts the application of intelligent methods in comprehensive evaluation.

Keywords: 

intelligentization, comprehensive evaluation, research overview

1. Introduction
2. Measurement of Intelligentization
3. Main Intelligent Evaluation Methods
4. Outlook of Intelligent Evaluation Method
Acknowledgment

This paper was funded by three projects: BIPT-POPME; Development Research Centre of Beijing New Modern Industrial Area (2016); BIPT-ER (2014); URT2017J00120.

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