Based on AHP and Minimum Spanning Tree of Fuzzy Clustering Analysis of Spatial Sequence Arrangement of Old Dismantling Area

  • Juanmin Cui
  • Wenguang JiEmail author
  • Yang Jae Lee
Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 849)


This paper discusses the application of AHP, minimum spanning tree and fuzzy cluster analysis in the spatial arrangement of the old dismantling area. A fuzzy clustering analysis method based on minimum spanning tree for spatial sequence arrangement of old dismantling area is proposed. An accurate method is provided for spatial arrangement of old districts. Take lion town in Chengde city of Hebei Province as an example. Establishing suitability evaluation index system of old dismantles area. The weight of each evaluation index is established by using AHP. In view of the characteristics of the spatial sequence of the old dismantling area, the old dismantling project area was established. The minimum spanning tree is used to do the fuzzy clustering to arrange the space of different old demolition projects. The reliability analysis shows that the fuzzy clustering analysis based on minimum spanning tree is a reliable method for the spatial arrangement of the old dismantling area.


AHP Minimum spanning tree Old dismantling area Spatial temporal sequence Fuzzy clustering 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Management EngineeringHebei Normal University NationalitiesChengdeChina
  2. 2.Wonkwang University Municipal Engineering DepartmentIksanKorea

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