Forecasting the Building Deformation using the Non-Equidistance Grey Model (1,1)

  • Aleksandar Milutinović University of Belgrade – Faculty of Mining and Geology
  • Zoran Gligorić University of Belgrade – Faculty of Mining and Geology
  • Zoran Gojkovic University of Belgrade – Faculty of Mining and Geology
  • Aleksandar Ganić University of Belgrade – Faculty of Mining and Geology
Keywords: Keywords: The Grey Model, forecasting, deformation

Abstract

The Grey Model (GM) is a powerful tool in the Grey System Theory for estimating the behavior of partially unknown systems or systems with limited information. In the Grey System Theory, GM(1,1) is the most widely used model for prediction. The applicability of this model for the purpose of buildings deformation forecasting in a vertical plane was tested on the case of the deformation forecasting of the building of Faculty of Mining and Geology in Belgrade. The non-equidistance grey model (1,1) was utilized, since the measurements on which the model was formed, were performed in various time intervals.

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Published
2020-07-06
How to Cite
Milutinović, A., Gligorić, Z., Gojkovic, Z., & Ganić, A. (2020). Forecasting the Building Deformation using the Non-Equidistance Grey Model (1,1). Podzemni Radovi, (36), 49-59. Retrieved from http://ume.rgf.bg.ac.rs/index.php/ume/article/view/151
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