The Construction and Application of Functional Indexes of Colleges and Universities in the Development of Sports Industry — Analysis Based on Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation Method
Dong-Bo Wang 1, 2, 3  
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The Open Fund Project of Research Center of Resources-exhausted Cities’ Transformation and Development “Research on the Relationship between Leisure Sports and Resource - exhausted Urban Transformation”, Item No: Kf2015w02, CHINA
Ministry of Education Humanities and Social Sciences Planning Project, Item No: yja890031, CHINA
Hubei Provincial Department of Education Science and Technology Research Program, Item No: B2016165, CHINA
Research Center of Resources-exhausted Cities’ Transformation and Development, Hubei Normal University, CHINA
Dong-Bo Wang   

School of Physical Education, Hubei Normal University, China. Address to No. 11, Cihu Rd., Huangshi City 435002, China. Tel: +86-151-7203-8926
Online publish date: 2017-08-23
Publish date: 2017-08-23
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2017;13(8):6027–6036
To clarify the utility of colleges and universities to help the development of sports industry, and to evaluate the degree of utility in promoting the sports industry in colleges and universities, is the effective way to further promote the development of sports industry in colleges and universities. Many kinds of methods and theories are used to evaluate the function of the development of sports industry in colleges and universities, for instance: WSR methods and theories; the function evaluation index which is constructed with the experts’ advice; the Analytic Hierarchy Process which can be used to assign a weigh to each index; and Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation method(FCE). The main conclusions are as follows: This method can solve the problem of weight distribution, which can help to find out the leading factors in promoting the development of sports industry; Through the empirical analysis, it is helpful to solve the ambiguity and uncertainty of the evaluation process, and realize the objective evaluation of the university to promote the development of the sports industry.
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