From the Perspective of Economic Research under the Disaster State Caused by Nuclear Radiation: Mathematical Computer Mathematical Modeling Based on Cognitive Neuroscience and Neural Network Model

Yi Qin, Liangyu Li, Yixian Lin, Guangyuan Li


The research team simulated the nuclear radiation disaster in Inner Mongolia, China, and modeled it through computational neuroscience and emotional cognition. The core of this model is psychological assessment and data planning based on cognitive neuroscience, and then proposed the overall neural network construction through mathematical modeling. The research team discussed and demonstrated the model design in detail, and proposed this concept for the first time in the world.


Natural Disaster; Economics Management; Science Neuroscience; Mathematical Modeling

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