A Model of Aircraft Support Concept Evaluation Based on DEA and PCA
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Journal of Systems Science and Information  2018, Vol. 6 Issue (6): 563-576    DOI: 10.21078/JSSI-2018-563-14
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A Model of Aircraft Support Concept Evaluation Based on DEA and PCA
Bin LIN, Dong SONG, Zhiyue LIU
School of Aeronautics, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an 710072, China
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With the vigorous development of equipment manufacturing industry in China, higher requirements to the equipment supportability are put forward. How to evaluate the supportability of equipments (especially the aviation equipment-aircraft) objectively and correctly is the problem to be solved in the development of aviation equipments construction, demonstration and battle application. Aimed at the needs of the supportability analysis of complex equipment systems-aircraft, a model of aircraft support concept evaluation based on DEA (data envelopment analysis) and PCA (principal component analysis) is proposed. The model is used to evaluate a certain aircraft support concept. The process and the results of evaluation show that proposed model is feasible and effective. The model is suitable for advanced aircraft support concept evaluation. The feasibility and effectiveness of the proposed model is verified by the analysis of the evaluation results. This method is applicable to the evaluation of aircraft support concepts.

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Key wordsaircraft supportability   data envelopment analysis(DEA)   concept evaluation     
Received: 2017-03-29;
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Bin LIN,Dong SONG,Zhiyue LIU. A Model of Aircraft Support Concept Evaluation Based on DEA and PCA[J]. Journal of Systems Science and Information, 2018, 6(6): 563-576.
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