An ordered set of split is defined as F = C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, which is in accordance with the relationship as C1C2C3C4C5. Each ordered set is then to be split into a collection of environmental evaluation STAT Signaling Pathway threshold segmentation classes. To make a clear illustration of the ordered stripe set, a standard form has been
set up as follows: I1I2⋮I9C1C2C3C4C5a11a12a13a14a15a21a22a23a24a25⋮⋮⋮⋮⋮a91a92a93a94a95, (10) where aij(i = 1,2,…, 9; j = 1,2, 3,4, 5):ai1 > ai2 > ai3 > ai4 > ai5. The value of the sample properties has attributes characterized by a sample Xi and expressed as uik = u(ui ∈ Ck), among which the measurement function is the core of attribute recognition model. Hu et al., Yan, and Xiao et al. make an analysis of the usual linear discriminated function, whose accuracy is less than that of a nonlinear function. Therefore, the recent researches have found that the normal distribution function is used much more frequently, while other nonlinear functions are often being regarded as an attribute identification measure function [12–14]. However, the normal distribution function as a measure function has its shortcomings because data should be standardized before handling bias and the separated index
weights should also be determined. What is more, the last attribute recognition result is relative. However, there is no certain way to evaluate the relative importance of objective indicators in a fairly way. The essence of attribute recognition is to determine the attributes space similarity and methods used to calculate the spatial distance are Euclidean distance, Ming distance, and Mahalanobis distance. Todeschini et al. and Kayaalp and Arslan assert that the Mahalanobis distance has the advantages
of weakening the correlation between impact indicators and automatic weight in the index calculation based on data changes [15, 16]. Therefore, in order to compensate for normal function, we use Mahalanobis distance as the measurement function to build the attribute recognition model. Step 1 (Mahalanobis distance between sample and attribute Cilengitide class calculations). — Assuming the sample Xi has been an area of environment evaluation, the sample Mahalanobis distance with the attribute class Ck is dik=(Xi−Ck)Σik−1Xi−CkT, (11) where Xi = (xi1, xi2,…, xi9), representing the ith region environment factor evaluation vector, and Ck = (ak1, ak2,…, ak9), representing each classification criteria value of environmental factors on the properties class k vector. Σik = the covariance matrix between Xi and Ck is Σik=Cov(xi1,ak1)Cov(xi1,ak2)⋯Cov(xi1,ak9)Cov(xi2,ak1)Cov(xi2,ak2)⋯Cov(xi2,ak9)⋯⋯⋯⋯Cov(xi9,ak1)Cov(xi9,ak2)⋯Cov(xi9,ak9), (12) where Cov(x, y) = E[(x − E(x))(y − E(y))]. Step 2 (standard attribute measurement value calculations). — Generally, the greater the similarity of Mahalanobis distance, the smaller the measurement value.