Comprehensive Social Contribution Oriented Resources Optimization Model for Higher Education

ZHANG Xilin, LI Shiming


In light of the shortage of the higher education resource, the optimal allocation of higher education resources is investigated in this paper. The optimization model of higher education resources is designed based on the comprehensive contribution of higher education in such aspects as economy, science and technology, and society. The solution of the model can be achieved by our proposed resources allocation algorithm based on particle swarm. By optimizing the allocation of higher education resources, the capability of social contribution of higher education is improved, and a reference scheme is provided to make efficient and reasonable use of limited resources of higher education.
Key words: Higher education; Social contribution; Resources allocation; Particle swarm


Higher education; Social contribution; Resources allocation; Particle swarm

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