The unequal timeinterval prediction model of recent information of identical dimension for high embankment settlement is established by using gray theory, meanwhile the GM(1,1) model of the filling process is set up to predict embankment settlement after next filling.
This article introduces the construction of the predictive model of the highway accidents based on the method of the multiple linear regression analysis and the predictive method of the gray theory and its application to the prevention of the traffic accidents and the management policies of the traffic safety.
At the same time, according to the characteristics of the mountainous freeway landscape evaluation, this article introduces evaluative procedure of the mountainous freeway landscape by the numbers, and bases on Visual the C++ 6.0 platforms, uses the multi-level grey system theory to develop the mountainous freeway landscape evaluative system which causes the evaluative process to be simple and direct-viewing.
同时，根据山区高速公路景观评价特点，系统介绍了山区高速公路景观评价的程序，并基于Visual C++ 6.0平台，采用多层次灰色理论方法开发了山区高速公路景观评价系统，使评价过程简捷直观。
The results are analyzed by employing the grey relation function (ξ) and grey relation grade (R) based on the Grey Theory.
It is an advantage that the methods have gotten rid of discretization error in contrast with the methods of grey theory.
The basic difference non-equal interval model GM(1,1) in grey theory was used to fit and forecast data series with non-equal lengths and different inertias, acquired from oil monitoring of internal combustion engines.
In this paper, we systematically discuss the basic concepts of grey theory, particularly the grey differential equation and its mathematical foundation, which is essentially unknown in the reliability engineering community.
Based on the grey theory and fuzzy mathematics, a new comprehensive evaluation method from qualitative to quantitative, called grey-fuzzy evaluation, was proposed for evaluating eco-environment vulnerability.
The dynamic models were developed by gray theory for estimating the fuels loads of arbor, shrub, herbs, grass, litter, and semi-decomposed litter, inflammable fuel and the total fuels in each forest type.
Application of Grey System Theory to tree growth prediction
The method of developing GM(1,1) model is extended on the basis of grey system theory.
A map shows the geology and distribution of landslides, and the report applies a quantitative method, the Grey system theory, to identify that rock type has more effect on landslides than any other geologic factor.
Application of the grey system theory in deciding climatic regions suitable to introducePanax quinquefolium
Estimation of non-statistical uncertainty in precision measurement using grey system theory