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Open Access Evaluating intensive land use situation of development zone based on cloud models

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Due to the problem that current methods obtaining the weight values in intensive land use evaluation is influenced much by subjectivity of experts, cloud models to determine weight values were introduced in this study. Taking Guilin Advanced Technology Industry Development Zone as an example, cloud models was applied in intensive land use evaluation of development zone. Results showed that the comprehensive intensive land use value of Guilin Advanced Technology Industry Development Zone was 0.889, which achieved a sound balance between the supply and demand of land use. The state of land use reached a relatively high level of land use intensity as well as industrial land coverage. Based on land use efficiency, the output intensity of industrial land and high-tech land were both relatively high. In terms of management performance, there was no idle land, which suggested relatively perfect outcome of management. In the end, this paper summarized the advantages of using cloud models by presenting a more objective outcome and more easy-to-achieve algorithm. The application of Cloud Models is conducive to intensive land use evaluation in a more scientific way, so that it will benefit the policy-making processes of Guilin Advanced Technology Industry Development Zone.
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Keywords: Cloud models; Guilin; development zone; indicators; intensive land use; land use; models

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 15, 2012

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  • Transations of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering(TCSAE), founded in 1985, is sponsored by the Chinese Chemical Society. TCSAE has been indexed by EI Compendex, CAB Inti, CSA. TCSAE is devoted to reporting the academic developments of Agricultural Engineering mainly in China and some developments from abroad. The primary topics that we consider are the following: comprehensive research, agricultural equipment and mechanization, soil and water engineering, agricultural information and electrical technologies, agricultural bioenvironmental and energy engineering, land consolidation and rehabilitation engineering, agricultural produce processing engineering.

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