23 January 2017 Evaluating core technology capacity based on an improved catastrophe progression method: the case of automotive industry
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Proceedings Volume 10322, Seventh International Conference on Electronics and Information Engineering; 1032236 (2017) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2265236
Event: Seventh International Conference on Electronics and Information Engineering, 2016, Nanjing, China
Abstract
Subjectivity usually causes large fluctuations in evaluation results. Many scholars attempt to establish new mathematical methods to make evaluation results consistent with actual objective situations. An improved catastrophe progression method (ICPM) is constructed to overcome the defects of the original method. The improved method combines the merits of the principal component analysis’ information coherence and the catastrophe progression method’s none index weight and has the advantage of highly objective comprehensive evaluation. Through the systematic analysis of the influencing factors of the automotive industry’s core technology capacity, the comprehensive evaluation model is established according to the different roles that different indices play in evaluating the overall goal with a hierarchical structure. Moreover, ICPM is developed for evaluating the automotive industry’s core technology capacity for the typical seven countries in the world, which demonstrates the effectiveness of the method.
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Shijia Zhao, Shijia Zhao, Zongwei Liu, Zongwei Liu, Yue Wang, Yue Wang, Fuquan Zhao, Fuquan Zhao, } "Evaluating core technology capacity based on an improved catastrophe progression method: the case of automotive industry", Proc. SPIE 10322, Seventh International Conference on Electronics and Information Engineering, 1032236 (23 January 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2265236; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2265236
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