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New urbanization path planning based on cluster calculation

  • Bingnan Huo
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Abstract

As key area for China’s economic and social development in the future, urbanization is the important guarantee for modernization. New urbanization promotion is a major strategic issue of accelerating the economic rise and national development. It is also a major strategy for scientific development of society and green development of economy. Based on cluster server database, we analyzed coupling relationship among urbanization, its current situation and natural resources in Jiangxi Province of China by cluster computing method. At last, the work proposed the development path suitable for the new urbanization in Jiangxi Province.

Keywords

Cluster computing New urbanization Path selection Coupling relationship Natural resources 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Economics & ManagementNorthwest UniversityXi’anChina

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