The Evaluation of Effectiveness for the Collaborative Combat of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Based on Grey Minimum Entropy

Lifan Sun, Jinjin Zhang, Jiashun Chang, Zhumu Fu, Jie Zou

Abstract


The main points to the evaluation of effectiveness for the collaborative combat of the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) lie within the construction of a reasonable indicator system and an accurate contribution model. As for point one, this article introduces a new method combining the Delphi consulting method and the principal component analysis method to avoid the underlying subjective and time-consuming defects of the existing methods. As for another point, a weighting method is adopted combining the subjective and objective parameters to minimize the errors caused by a single entity. Firstly, the modified grey relational degree analysis method is used to obtain the subjective weight, which can reduce the influence of the extreme values and outliers by enhancing the selection process of the reference sequence. Secondly, this paper adopts the weight of minimum entropy weight method to obtain the objective weight; it can avoid the information loss caused by the original method, which only determines the weight based on the frequency of each element present in the effective combination. At last, the principle of minimum relative entropy is adopted to obtain a more reasonable weight distribution coefficient. The simulation experiments established the rationality and effectiveness of the proposed method.

Keywords


Principal component analysis; Grey relational degree analysis; Minimum relative entropy

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