Prediction of Structural Type for City-Scale Seismic Damage Simulation Based on Machine Learning
3. Supervised ML Solution
3.1. Determination of Models and Platforms
3.2. Data Processing
3.3. Model Training
- Component 1 (Select Data): Select the uploaded source data, i.e., Tangshan data.
- Component 2 (Select Model): Select “Multi-class Decision Forest” model in Azure for the prediction.
- Component 3 (Split Data): Split the source data into training data (i.e., 80% of the source data) and assessment data (i.e., the remaining 20% of the source data).
- Component 4 (Train Model): Train the prediction model using the training data.
- Component 5 (Score Model): Score the prediction results using the assessment data.
- Component 6 (Evaluate Model): Evaluate the accuracy of the prediction model.
3.4. Scale Sensitivity Assessment
3.5. Regional Applicability Assessment
4. Semi-Supervised ML Solution
4.1. Determination of Sampling Fraction
4.2. Semi-Supervised ML Solution
- Component 1 (Data Set): Select the sample data from the building investigation, i.e., 3% of buildings in Tangshan.
- Component 2 (Split Data): 1/3 of the sample data are used for training the model (i.e., Component 5), while the remaining 2/3 of the data are used for scoring the model (i.e., Component 6).
- Component 3 (Convert to CSV): Export the training data to CSV format for the subsequent training.
- Component 4 (Multi-class Decision Forest): Select the multi-class decision forest model for prediction.
- Component 5 (Train Model): Train the selected ML model using the training data.
- Component 6 (Score Model): Score the accuracies of the prediction results with the assessment data, as shown in Figure 13. By doing this, the building data with high accuracies will be identified. In this study, the building data ranked top 1% in the scored probabilities will be selected for the next training.
- Component 7 (Evaluate Model): Evaluate the performance of the prediction model and output the evaluation results. As shown in Figure 14, the overall prediction accuracy of the first self-training reaches 95.5%. However, the accuracy of the frame structure is only 81.7%, which is not acceptable; therefore, a second self-training is required.
- Component 8 (Convert to CSV): Convert the building data with high accuracies (see Component 6) to CSV format such that these data can be used for the second self-training.
5. Case Study
5.1. Introduction of Case Study
5.2. Structural Type Prediction for Daxing Downtown
5.3. Seismic Damage Simulation for Daxing Downtown
5.4. Structural Type Prediction for Tongzhou Downtown
5.5. Seismic Damage Simulation for Tongzhou Downtown
- The prediction result of the designed supervised ML solution for Tangshan with 230,683 buildings indicated that decision forest, artificial neural network and logistic regression models exhibited high prediction accuracy. Especially, the decision forest model has the best performance and is recommended to predict structural types.
- The designed supervised ML solution could maintain high prediction accuracy for different building scales; however, it should be applied for cities similar to the sample city.
- The designed semi-supervised ML solution was applicable to different cities, based on a sampling investigation. According to the prediction with different sampling fractions, the sampling fraction of 1% is recommended. Through multiple self-trainings, the semi-supervised ML solution achieved high accuracy for predicting structural types.
- This study provided a smart and efficient method to predict structural type for a city-scale seismic damage simulation.
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|ML Model||Macro F1 Score||Micro F1 Score|
|Artificial neural network||96.3%||98.0%|
|Structure Type||Real Data||Prediction Results||Error|
|Masonry||Frame||Shear Wall||Light Steel||Total|
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Xu, Z.; Wu, Y.; Qi, M.-z.; Zheng, M.; Xiong, C.; Lu, X. Prediction of Structural Type for City-Scale Seismic Damage Simulation Based on Machine Learning. Appl. Sci. 2020, 10, 1795. https://doi.org/10.3390/app10051795
Xu Z, Wu Y, Qi M-z, Zheng M, Xiong C, Lu X. Prediction of Structural Type for City-Scale Seismic Damage Simulation Based on Machine Learning. Applied Sciences. 2020; 10(5):1795. https://doi.org/10.3390/app10051795Chicago/Turabian Style
Xu, Zhen, Yuan Wu, Ming-zhu Qi, Ming Zheng, Chen Xiong, and Xinzheng Lu. 2020. "Prediction of Structural Type for City-Scale Seismic Damage Simulation Based on Machine Learning" Applied Sciences 10, no. 5: 1795. https://doi.org/10.3390/app10051795