Optimization Model of Higher Education Resources Allocation Based on Genetic Algorithm

Xilin ZHANG, Shiming LI


To solve the problem of the shortage of the higher education resources, the limited resources have to be allocated more efficiently and reasonably. In view of this point, the optimization allocation method of higher education resources is investigated in this paper. An optimization model of higher education resources allocation resources is designed according to the social contribution capability of higher education. And to achieve the optimal solution of the model, the resources allocation algorithm based on genetic algorithm is proposed. By this optimization model, the allocation of higher education resources can be optimized and the social contribution capability of higher can be improved. The proposed optimization model can provide a reference scheme to take full use of the limited higher education resources.


Higher education; Optimization model; Resources allocation; Genetic algorithm

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.mse.1913035X20130703.2622


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