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International Conference on Advanced Computer Theory and Engineering (ICACTE 2009)
By
Xie Yi
Xie Yi
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ISBN:
9780791802977
No. of Pages:
2012
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2009

Taking Chinese Shandong Province for example, Grey Incidence Analysis was utilized to do an empirical research on the relationships between industrial structure and economic development. The results showed that: (i) because of the influence from the original situations of indicator sequences, the absolute degrees of grey incidence about three industries were basically equivalent, which was in line with hypothesis 1 and hypothesis 2; (ii) from the relative degrees of grey incidence and synthetic degrees of grey incidence about three industries, there were such relationships as follows: relative (synthetic) degree of grey incidence about secondary industry > relative (synthetic) degree of grey incidence about primary industry > relative (synthetic) degree of grey incidence about secondary industry > relative (synthetic) degree of grey incidence about tertiary industry; and (iii) from the perspective of the application of grey incidence analysis, it is necessary to pay more attention to the original situation influence of time sequences to computing results.

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1. Introduction
2. Literature Review and Comment
3. Hypotheses and Samples
4. Empirical Analysis
5. Conclusion
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