Application of k-means clustering to environmental risk zoning of the chemical industrial area

@article{Shi2013ApplicationOK,
  title={Application of k-means clustering to environmental risk zoning of the chemical industrial area},
  author={W. Shi and W. Zeng},
  journal={Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering},
  year={2013},
  volume={8},
  pages={117-127}
}
  • W. Shi, W. Zeng
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science
  • Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering
  • The homogeneous risk characteristics within a sub-area and the heterogeneous from one sub-area to another are unclear using existing environmental risk zoning methods. This study presents a new zoning method by determining and categorizing the risk characteristics using the k-means clustering data mining technology. The study constructs indices and develops index quantification models for environmental risk zoning by analyzing the mechanism of environmental risk occurrence. We calculate the… CONTINUE READING
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