An empirical analysis of green technology innovation and ecological efficiency based on a greenhouse evolutionary ventilation algorithm fuzzy-model
The combination and convergence of energy-intensive industries developed by ecological factors based on energy clusters is discussed in this paper. Here, a few models for the prediction of greenhouse effects are used as a single type of modeling. In this model, the solar panel system is included as a measure of the greenhouse effect; Commitment Unit (CU) formulations are changed with flouted logic because solar integrations and other unknown variables are intermittent. In general, the greenhouse model with natural ventilation temperature prediction is incomplete, in which the resulting fluid logical CU problem can be solved with an evolutionary algorithm based on the definition and the theory of quantum calculation. This paper proposes a Fuzzy Model-Based Quantum Greenhouse Evolutionary Ventilation Algorithm (FM-BSQGEVA) which helps to minimize the CU problem. The QGEVA is updated to include a hierarchy-group-oriented scheme to tackle the non-linear nature of the issue and its multifaceted nature. The QGEVA is further developed to support a new binary differential operator and several genetic algorithm operators with a redefined rotational angle look-up. The chances that such operators are used on separate solutions are affected by stating the membership function based on their related fitness. The fitness function is calculated through a combination of the penalty function, objective function and the added fluid function. The models built can be used to regulate and control natural ventilation in greenhouse effects. This finding shows that an energy-intensive industrial cluster's environmental chain of the industry has improved eco-efficiency.
Xu, Xiumei; Sun, Yu; Krishnamoorthy, Sujatha; and Chandran, Karthik, "An empirical analysis of green technology innovation and ecological efficiency based on a greenhouse evolutionary ventilation algorithm fuzzy-model" (2020). Kean Publications. 1221.