Environmental Vulnerability Analysis Method of Interior Design Ecology Based on Grid Scale

Di Liu

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 569-574


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Aiming at the problem that the existing methods have low fitting degree between the evaluation results and the actual situation, a grid-scale-based environmental vulnerability analysis method for interior design ecology is proposed. The electronic map image is preprocessed by image mosaic and enhancement processing, and the standard image of the research area is obtained by cutting the vector map. The indoor environment image is processed to a grid scale of 10cm×10cm, and the grid of each layer corresponds one by one. Referring to the domestic indoor environment vulnerability evaluation index system, combined with the unique factors of the ecological environment of interior design, the environmental vulnerability evaluation index system was determined. Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process (FAHP) was used to assign weights to each hierarchical factor, and an assessment model of ecological environmental vulnerability of interior design was constructed. By using the function of map algebra in spatial analysis, the single-factor spatial grid data are superimposed to obtain the ecological vulnerability index on each grid unit, and the grid-scale-based ecological environmental vulnerability analysis of interior design is completed. The experimental results show that the evaluation results obtained by the proposed method and the actual fitting degree are high, which verifies the comprehensive practicability of the proposed method.


grid scale, interior design, ecology, environmental vulnerability


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