Simulation of the evaluation process of indicators of homogeneous and heterogeneous objects

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Simulation of the evaluation process of indicators of homogeneous and heterogeneous objects

About the authors:

Andrey S. Bezrukov, Post-graduate student, Department of Software Development, Institute of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Tyumen State University
Marina S. Vorobyova, Cand. Sci. (Tech.), Associate Professor, Department of Software, University of Tyumen;


The paper considers a method of representation of heterogeneous objects in the comparable indicators system to rank complexity comparable objects using subject domain rules defined in the form of dependency or algorithmically. It is described the subject area of sports management, problems in the efficiency calculation of sports facilities use. The performance indicators are determined. The model of homogeneous performance indicators is studied. Subject area's inconsistencies are identified. Characteristics of heterogeneous objects are explored. The results are approbated on the real data. It is proposed a model of an inhomogeneous system which allows to obtain adequate representation of objects for further processing, analysis, forecasting in artificial neural networks. The results can be used to simulate the performance of domain objects that differ in purpose or specifications as well for further development of models of homogeneous systems.


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