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학술지 An Integrated Risk Index Model Based on Hierarchical Fuzzy Logic for Underground Risk Assessment
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저자
Muhammad Fayaz, Israr Ullah, 박동환, 김광수, 김도현
발행일
201710
출처
Applied Sciences, v.7 no.10, pp.1-21
ISSN
2076-3417
출판사
MDPI AG
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.3390/app7101037
초록
Available space in congested cities is getting scarce due to growing urbanization in the recent past. The utilization of underground space is considered as a solution to the limited space in smart cities. The numbers of underground facilities are growing day by day in the developing world. Typical underground facilities include the transit subway, parking lots, electric lines, water supply and sewer lines. The likelihood of the occurrence of accidents due to underground facilities is a random phenomenon. To avoid any accidental loss, a risk assessment method is required to conduct the continuous risk assessment and report any abnormality before it happens. In this paper, we have proposed a hierarchical fuzzy inference based model for under-ground risk assessment. The proposed hierarchical fuzzy inference architecture reduces the total number of rules from the rule base. Rule reduction is important because the curse of dimensionality damages the transparency and interpretation as it is very tough to understand and justify hundreds or thousands of fuzzy rules. The computation time also increases as rules increase. The proposedmodel takes 175 rules having eight input parameters to compute the risk index, and the conventional fuzzy logic requires 390,625 rules, having the same number of input parameters to compute risk index. Hence, the proposed model significantly reduces the curse of dimensionality. Rule design for fuzzy logic is also a tedious task. In this paper, we have also introduced new rule schemes, namely maximum rule-based and average rule-based; both schemes can be used interchangeably according to the logic needed for rule design. The experimental results show that the proposed method is a virtuous choice for risk index calculation where the numbers of variables are greater.
키워드
Fuzzy logic, Risk index, Sewerage supply, Underground structure, Water supply
KSP 제안 키워드
Developing world, Electric lines, Hierarchical fuzzy, Index model, Input parameters, Limited space, Parking lot, Proposed model, Risk assessment method, Risk index, Rule-based
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