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Evaluation of Industrial Parks’ Industrial Transformations and Environmental Reform Actualized by AHP Based on MatLab Software

  • Malin Song
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 56)

Abstract

In order to explore the study of regional industrial parks at home and abroad and objectively analyze problems that China industrial parks are facing, the symbiotic system along with technical and policy aspects of eco-industrial parks will be analyzed and observed by reviewing the researches on eco-industrial parks. Eco-industrial parks’ construction in china should be continued by focusing on their industrial transformations and environmental reform processes under the premise of enhancing competitiveness of the existing industrial parks established based on circular economy and theories of eco-industries. It is the only way for China to build a model environment-friendly and resource-saving society by establishing circular economy based on particular mode of symbiotic manufacturers cluster network and the industrial transformations and environmental reform for its economic and technological development zones and high-tech industrial parks. The feasibility analysis, reform programs and reform models of transformation for industrial parks are focus problems scholars pay close attention to. At the same time, research of industrial parks’ industrial transformations and environmental reform based on Complex Network technology will provide effective support which could speed up the process of transformation. Then a evaluation index system for industrial parks’ industrial transformations and environmental reform is built which includes 3 levels index and Analytic Hierarchy Process based on MatLab Software is used to empowerment, by which it provide an effective way for performance evaluation of industrial parks’ industrial transformations and environmental reform.

Keywords

industrial park industrial transformations and environmental reform complex network evaluation index system analytic hierarchy process MatLab Software 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Malin Song
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  1. 1.School of Statistics and Applied MathematicsAnhui University of Finance and EconomicsAnhui BengbuP.R. China

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