Evaluation of Psychological Impact of Emergency Events Based on Bayesian Network
1 School of Economics and Management, and School of Science, Yanshan University Qinhuangdao, China
2 School of Economics and Management, Yanshan University, Qinhuangdao, China
a Corresponding author: email@example.com
Representation and inference of uncertain knowledge pose great challenge to the evaluation of the impact of emergency events on public psychology. With the advantages in solving issues on an uncertain basis, Bayesian network exhibits a superioty in effectively coping with the diversity, uncertainty and ambiguity of the evaluative information of emergency events. A model was established in this article to evaluate the impact caused by emergency events on the public’s psychological health based on the Bayesian network. Moreover, the method of inference and decision-making was also presented, and an example analysis was performed. The result shows that the proposed model can improve the evaluation accuracy and the responsiveness of the managers when making decisions.
Key words: Bayesian network / emergency events / public psychology / impact degree
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