Volume 8, no. 1Pages 66 - 75

Analysis of Socio-Economic System Processes Performance with the Help of Eigenstate Models

V.V. Mokeyev, D.A. Vorobiev
Analysis of the performance of business processes for socio-economic systems is considered. The analysis of the business processes efficiency is based on constructing on of a 'perfect image' of their behavior. To extract the components that correspond to the 'perfect image' of behavior, we propose the usage of eigenstate method, which allows to represent behavior of socio-economic system as a sum of independent components (eigenstates). The basic relationships of eigenstate method are considered. Construction of the socio-economic system models using the eigenstate method consists in calculation and selection of key eigenstates oriented towards formulated success factors. The selected eigenstates are used to form a 'reference' model of the socio-economic system. The high performance of socio-economic system is evaluated with the help of comparison of model and actual values of socio-economic system variables. The eigenstate method efficiency is demonstrated by the example of analysis of sustainable development of the Chelyabinsk city. The sustainable development indicators of processes of the Chelyabinsk city are obtained.
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analysis;, efficiency; business process; principal component analysis; eigenstate model.
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