Modelling of Evaluation in the Social Contribution of Higher Education Based on K-K-T Optimization

Xilin ZHANG, Shiming LI


Evaluation method based on Karush–Kuhn–Tucker (K-K-T) optimization for social contribution of higher education is presented in this paper. By considering both direct and indirect contribution, a comprehensive evaluation model including social contribution to economy, science, technology and society is investigated. Evaluation metrics of the model are designed according to the contribution value and the contribution balance degree. The optimal solution to the model-driven objective function is obtained based on K-K-T optimization. The proposed model can be used as a quantitative evaluation scheme for the social contribution of higher education, and the associated results can be utilized as a reference for optimizing the resources and improving the social contribution of higher education.


K-K-T optimization; Higher education; Social contribution; Evaluation method

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