Modeling and Analysis of the Impact of Regional Characteristics on the Eco-Environment of Musical Culture

Rui Liang

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 563-568

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Abstract

In order to solve the problem that the traditional ecological environment evaluation model has low fitting degree between the results obtained and the actual results, a model of the impact of regional characteristics on the ecological environment of music culture based on grey relational analysis is proposed. This paper analyzed the impact of natural factors on the ecological environment of music culture, analyzed the impact of human factors on the ecological environment of music culture from the aspects of historical and cultural background and folk customs, and constructed the correlation model between regional characteristics and the ecological environment of music culture by using grey correlation method. The experimental results show that the results of the model and expert scoring results fit well, which verifies the comprehensive practicability of the designed model.

Keywords

regional characteristics, musical cultural ecological environment, impact model, Grey correlation analysis

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