Entropy-Based Set Pair Analysis Model on Geological Disaster Risk for Military Engineering

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Measuring the geological disaster-risked situation, is a typical non-deterministic decision-making issue in disaster pre- vention and emergency response science for military engineering. Based on the given geological disaster risk analysis mechanism, geological disaster risk monitoring matrix was established, and risk characters’ value was obtained by mining the hidden information in the monitoring matrix with Entropy theory; with Identity, Discrepancy, and Contrary of Set Pair Analysis and distance measurement, geological disaster-risked model was erected for military engineering, and the steps were given for measuring geological disaster risk, which determined geological disaster-risked SPA force and order relationship of military engineering. Finally, case showed that model has the feasibility and effectiveness over measuring the geological disaster-risked situation for military engineering.

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Q. Rong, H. Zhang and F. Wang, "Entropy-Based Set Pair Analysis Model on Geological Disaster Risk for Military Engineering," Engineering, Vol. 4 No. 2, 2012, pp. 76-82. doi: 10.4236/eng.2012.42010.

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