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Research on the Model of higher Education system based on Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation of Multi-index system

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DOI: 10.23977/trance.2021.030411 | Downloads: 6 | Views: 428

Author(s)

Jingyun Su 1, Yin Rui 1

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1 Beijing Jiaotong University, Beijing, 100044, China

Corresponding Author

Jingyun Su

ABSTRACT

Higher education is one of the important indicators of national development. It not only has its own industrial value, but also trains high-quality citizens for the country. The research around this theme can provide effective help for the development of national higher education and the improvement of national higher education level. In order to analyze the health status of higher education in each country, all countries are divided into four categories: high-income, high-and middle-income, low-and middle-income countries. There are three aspects of comprehensive evaluation. First of all, statistics are made on 11 factors, such as enrollment rate, employment rate, graduate rate and total national education expenditure, which are used as indicators to analyze the health status of the national education system. Then the entropy method and analytic hierarchy process are used to distribute the weight of each index, and then the fuzzy comprehensive evaluation method is used to determine the quality of the national higher education system.

KEYWORDS

The entropy method, The analytic hierarchy process, The fuzzy comprehensive evaluation method

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Jingyun Su, Yin Rui, Research on the Model of higher Education system based on Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation of Multi-index system. Transactions on Comparative Education (2021) Vol. 3: 60-64. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/trance.2021.030411.

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