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International Journal of Education and Management Engineering(IJEME)

ISSN: 2305-3623 (Print), ISSN: 2305-8463 (Online)

Published By: MECS Press

IJEME Vol.2, No.3, Mar. 2012

Dangerous Degree Evaluation of Mine Debris Flow Based on the Immune Genetic Neural Network

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Author(s)

Xicheng Xue, Jisong Bi, Lingling Chen

Index Terms

Qinling Mountain; Mine Debris Flow; Dangerous Degree; Indices System; Immune Genetic Algorithm; Artificial Neural Network

Abstract

Taking the western Qinling Mountain, in the southern Shaanxi Province of china, as an example, based upon comprehensive analysis of geological data for 20 debris flow gullies, the author has put forward a series of indices system and has developed the immune genetic neural network system, which can quantitatively evaluate the dangerous degree of mine debris flow. This software system manage initial data through Access’s data-base technology, and determine and optimize the hidden layer network by immune genetic algorithm, as well as achieve the dangerous degree evaluation of mine debris flow by virtue of artificial neural network which has been successfully trained. The calculating results of mine debris flow examples testify that this method is reliable and can accurately evaluate the dangerous degree of mine debris flow. These evaluation results have some important instructive significance for the disaster prevention and reduction of mine debris flow.

Cite This Paper

Xicheng Xue, Jisong Bi, Lingling Chen,"Dangerous Degree Evaluation of Mine Debris Flow Based on the Immune Genetic Neural Network ", IJEME, vol.2, no.3, pp.78-85, 2011.

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