Prediction of Classification of Rock Burst Risk Based on Genetic Algorithms with SVM
Due to the complex features of rock burst hazard assessment systems, a support vector machine (SVM) model for predicting of classification of rock burst was established based on the SVM theory and the actual characteristics of the project in this study. The main factors of rock burst, such as coal seam, dip, buried depth, structure situation, change of pitch angle, change of coal thickness, gas concentration, roof management, pressure relief and shooting were defined as the criterion indices for rock burst prediction in the proposed model. In order to determine reasonable and efficient the parameters of SVM, Firstly, the appropriate fitness function for genetic algorithms (GA) operation was determined, and then optimization parameters of SVM model were selected by real coded GA, therefore, the genetic algorithms and support vector machine (GSVM) model was established. A GSVM model was obtained through training 23 sets of measured data, the cross-validation method was introduced to verify the stability of GSVM model and the ratio of mis-discrimination is 0. Moreover, the proposed model was used to predict 12 new samples rock burst, the correct rate of prediction results is 91.6667% and are identical with actual situation. The results show that the genetic algorithm can speed up SVM parameter optimization search, the proposed model has a high credibility in the study of rock burst prediction of risk classification, which can be applied to practical engineering.
Y. H. Peng et al., "Prediction of Classification of Rock Burst Risk Based on Genetic Algorithms with SVM", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 628, pp. 383-389, 2014