campus;sports events;economic benefits;evaluation system
Through the methods of questionnaire survey, the literature and experts interviewing, paper analyses the current situation of sports events on the campus in our country. Because of the inadequate understanding of the economic benefits of basketball games on the campus for the sponsors and the organizers of the sports event, the evaluation system of economic benefit of the sports event is established based on the basic principle of economics in the paper.
Computer Modelling and New Technologies,2014年18(11):616-620 ISSN：1407-5806
[Hu, Ronghui ] Physical Education Institute, Hunan University of Technology, Zhuzhou, Hunan, China
Basketball arena - Current situation - Evaluation - Factor analysis method - Project construction - Risk evaluation - Safety management - Theoretical research
In basketball arena project construction, the project safety is an important topic. Aimed at the current situation of basketball arena project construction, the risk factors in the project construction are evaluated from the aspect of factor analysis method and the data in the process are processed according to relevant theory of factor analysis method and by virtue of SAPP software, so as to verify the scientific reasonableness of the method. In addition, in the process of evaluation, the subjectivity is linked with the objectivity in combination with the reality to provide main basis for the safety risk problems in the basketball arena project construction, which is beneficial for the safety management in the project construction. The application of factor analysis method in the basketball arena project construction can provide some new thoughts for other analysis methods, so as to enhance the theoretical research basis for the factor analysis method.
The technique for order preference by similarity to an ideal solution (TOPSIS) method is frequently used in multi-factor selection, whereas the gray correlation analysis method is used to study uncertain systems. Thus, a comprehensive model is constructed for 12 teams that are participating in the 2012 London Olympic Games, and the competitiveness of each team is evaluated through these two methods. Results show that the American team is strong enough to win. Furthermore, the evaluation results of the other teams were fundamentally similar to the final results, although they also differed. This model can also reflect the strength of each team objectively in terms of offense, defense, and a combination of both pass and exclude subjective interferences. Therefore, this model feasibly assesses multi-factor competition events in the field of sports.