APPLICATION RESEARCH OF A TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION METHOD BASED ON ENTROPY WEIGHT AND CLOUD THEORY

Bao Yongyan, Wang Delun, Gao Yuan, Sun Yuan, Zheng Hao

Abstract


In order to solve the technical evaluation problem of key scientific and technological research and development projects, this article uses the technology evaluation method of entropy weight cloud theory to evaluate the project. The index is selected according to the ‘DISCOW’ construction principle, policy guidance method, and shortest distance method. The information contribution degree is used to verify the index system. The entropy weight-Analytic Hierarchy Process is adopted to determine the weights of the indicator layer and the criterion level indicators. The evaluation method is verified with the key technology research and development project (equipment manufacturing industry) of Dalian Jin pu New Area (state-level new areas) in 2018. The results show that the technology evaluation method of the entropy weight cloud theory is simple and practical. It can effectively convert qualitative and quantitative evaluations. The evaluation results are objective and consistent with the final evaluation results of actual projects. It demonstrates a good evaluation and forecasting ability. It can be used as the theoretical basis and method to evaluate projects in government science and technology departments, and in enterprises previous compliance projects.


Keywords


Entropy weight cloud theory; "DISCOW" principle; the shortest distance method; Jin pu New Area

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7166/30-4-2178

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