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International Journal of Multimedia Computing, 2022, 3(2); doi: 10.38007/IJMC.2022.030206.

Evaluation of Tobacco Resource Allocation Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process


Jing Huang, Liang Guo, Yunfei Ma, Lingjie Xu, Jun Liu, Dongsheng Mu and Bin Wei

Corresponding Author:
Jing Huang

Guizhou Tobacco Company Guiyang Company, Guiyang, Guizhou 550002, China


Based on the current situation of tobacco production resource allocation, this paper systematically analyzes the development level of tobacco industry and the local agricultural and rural economic development level, finds out the core indicators and key indicators, establishes the tobacco development index, and evaluates the tobacco development. It is found that at present, the planters in Guizhou Province are mainly specialized farmers or family farms with a certain scale. However, due to the high risk of planting tobacco and the difficulty of adjusting land transfer, cooperatives and large enterprises can be appropriately introduced to plant tobacco, so as to have more coordination ability and anti risk ability in land transfer and resource utilization. This paper carries out evaluation and diagnosis, scientific guidance and accurate regulation from the macro and micro levels to promote the transformation from extensive and qualitative decision-making to accurate and quantitative decision-making in tobacco production; Through the pilot application, improve the efficiency of resource allocation, optimize the mode of production organization, optimize policies and measures, and promote the high-quality development of tobacco leaves.


Analytic Hierarchy Process, Resource Allocation, Tobacco

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Jing Huang, Liang Guo, Yunfei Ma, Lingjie Xu, Jun Liu, Dongsheng Mu and Bin Wei. Study on Evaluation of Tobacco Resource Allocation Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process. International Journal of Multimedia Computing (2022), Vol. 3, Issue. 2: 42-51. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJMC.2022.030206.


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