This article is aimed at studying the design and implementation of a football player training management system based on smart images. Based on the analysis of the importance of informatization for scientific football training, system performance requirements and intelligent image detection technology, the football player training management is designed. The overall architecture of the system, and the detailed design of each functional module of the system. It mainly includes football player information management module, football player training plan viewing module, training goal formulation module and training information feedback module. The realization of the training management system relies on intelligent image technology to detect and track athletes. Finally, the performance of the system was tested. The test results show that the expected response time of each module of the system when different numbers of users are accessed is within 3 seconds. The longest actual time is 2.64 s, and the actual shortest time is 1.18 s. It can be seen that the response time of the system meets the demand. At the same time, the system throughput rate meets the requirements of this article, and the user pass rate is also above 95%, indicating that the performance of the football player training management system designed in this article is better.
E-government began by addressing the challenges of new technologies by delivering e-services to its citizens and has since evolved to include a growing number of areas, such as citizen communication, macroeconomic projections, budget management, and e-healthcare services. E-government is known as the use of information technology to provide administrative services, communication transactions, information exchange, integration of various electronic systems, and autonomous services between the government and citizens, the government and business environment, and the government and government. This paper discusses the role of E-government policy in healthcare crises during COVID 19. Data collected from 435 employees in the tourism industry of Iraq was used to verify the abovementioned relationships via SPSS macro. The results indicate that E-government policy has a significant effect on healthcare crises; job insecurity negatively predicted healthcare crises. The results revealed that social support moderated the relationship between E-government policy and job insecurity. Results of the study contributed to the theory within this study by demonstrating that employees who enjoy a high level of social support show less job insecurity than those with a low level of social support.
Lower-grade glioma (LGG) is a common type of central nervous system tumor. Due to its complicated pathogenesis, the choice and timing of adjuvant therapy after tumor treatment are controversial. This study explored and identified potential therapeutic targets for lower-grade. The bioinformatics method was employed to identify potential biomarkers and LGG molecular mechanisms. Firstly, we selected and downloaded GSE15824, GSE50161, and GSE86574 from the GEO database, which included 40 LGG tissue and 28 normal brain tissue samples. GEO and VENN software identified of 206 codifference expressed genes (DEGs). Secondly, we applied the DAVID online software to investigate the DEG biological function and KEGG pathway enrichment, as well as to build the protein interaction visualization network through Cytoscape and STRING website. Then, the MCODE plug is used in the analysis of 22 core genes. Thirdly, the 22 core genes were analyzed with UNCLA software, of which 18 genes were associated with a worse prognosis. Fourthly, GEPIA was used to analyze the 18 selected genes, and 14 genes were found to be a significantly different expression between LGGs and normal brain tumor samples. Fifthly, hierarchical gene clustering was used to examine the 14 important gene expression differences in different histologies, as well as analysis of the KEGG pathway. Five of these genes were shown to be abundant in the natural killer cell-mediated cytokines (NKCC) and phagosome pathways. The five key genes that may be affected by the immune microenvironment play a crucial role in LGG development.
Introduction. We evaluated the velocity profiles of patients with lateral collateral ligament (LCL) injuries of the ankle with a goal of understanding the control mechanism involved in walking. Methods. We tracked motions of patients’ legs and feet in 30 gait cycles recorded from patients with LCL injuries of the ankle and compared them to 50 gait cycles taken from normal control subjects. Seventeen markers were placed on the foot following the Heidelberg foot measurement model. Velocity profiles and microadjustments of the knee, ankle, and foot were calculated during different gait phases and compared between the patient and control groups. Results. Patients had a smaller first rocker percentage and larger second rocker percentage in the gait cycle compared to controls. Patients also displayed shorter stride length and slower strides and performed more microadjustments in the second rocker phase than in other rocker/swing phases. Patients’ mean velocities of the knee, ankle, and foot in the second rocker phase were also significantly higher than that in control subjects. Discussion. Evidence from velocity profiles suggested that patients with ligament injury necessitated more musculoskeletal microadjustments to maintain body balance, but these may also be due to secondary injury. Precise descriptions of the spatiotemporal gait characteristics are therefore crucial for our understanding of movement control during locomotion.
In the new stage of the new century, a new technological revolution is coming quietly. This revolution is represented by “data.” The application of “big data (B D A)” technology is causing changes in all walks of life, and the use of “B D A research methods” in the education field will inevitably become a trend. The purpose of this article is an innovative research on the teaching methods of Taekwondo based on the background of B D A in a college elective course. This paper first introduces the core technology of the database by summarizing the basic theory of the database. Based on the current situation of elective Taekwondo teaching in contemporary universities, analyze the current problems and deficiencies and conduct innovative research on college elective Taekwondo teaching methods combined with Beidou technology. This paper systematically expounds the practical connection, method innovation, and implementation path between BDA technology and college elective Taekwondo teaching methods and compares the traditional Taekwondo teaching methods based on BDA technology. Experimental research shows that compared with traditional Taekwondo teaching methods, the performance of university Taekwondo teaching based on data mining (D M I) in the context of B D A is more than 20% higher, which fully reflects its feasibility and the innovation of traditional Taekwondo teaching methods needs to be solved urgently.
In this study, the C-turning, pitching, and flapping propulsion of a robotic dolphin during locomotion were explored. Considering the swimming action required of a three-dimensional (3D) robotic dolphin in the ocean, we propose a maneuverability model that can be applied to the flapping motion to provide precise and stable movements and function as the driving role in locomotion. Additionally, an added tail joint allows for the turning movement with efficient parameters obtained by a fluid-structure coupling method. To obtain a mathematical model, several disturbance signals were considered, including systematic uncertainties of the parameters, the perpetually changing environment, the interference from obstacles with effective fuzzy rules, and a sliding mode of control. Furthermore, a combined strategy of environment recognition was used for the positional control of the robotic dolphin, incorporating sonar, path planning with an artificial potential field, and trajectory tracking. The simulation results show satisfactory performance of the 3D robotic dolphin with respect to flexible movement and trajectory tracking under the observed interference factors.
The wake field of the flexible oscillating caudal fin is investigated using the Digital Particle Image Velocity (DPIV) system. The distributions of the vorticity with different Strouhal numbers are presented, and a self-developed program is used for calculating the velocity circulation of the vortex ring. Quantitative analysis of the wake field such as velocity circulation of the vortex ring, vortex radius, and the center-to-center spacing of vortex pair is presented. A three-dimensional vortex ring chain model of oscillating caudal fin is introduced. A conversion model between velocity circulation and dynamic moment of the vortex ring is presented according to the vortex dynamics theory, and a self-developed program is used for the calculation, in which the conversion of the thrust force based on wake field of oscillating caudal fin is carried out. Comparisons of the results of the two kinds flexible caudal fins thrust force conversion with the result of tricomponent balance system have been done in this paper. The relative errors are 5.86% and 3.44%, respectively. It is shown that the thrust force conversion model of flexible oscillating caudal fin is accurate and reliable, and the method presented in the paper provides an effective model for the quantitative conversion between the flow field and the thrust force of the caudal fin.
Healthy physical fitness is one of the hot topics discussed by scholars at home and abroad in recent years, and it is a key indicator for evaluating students’ physical function and body shape. Aerobics, also known as bodybuilding, means that the body and health of students should have a better promotion effect, but in reality, many students found that after elective aerobics, body shape and health level basically did not improve, which is related to the setting of aerobics courses, especially the lack of physical training. Aerobics and other sports have common requirements in physical training, such as strength quality, speed quality, endurance quality, agility quality, and flexibility quality. This article is aimed at studying the impact of healthy physical fitness based on big data mining technology on the teaching of aerobics. On the basis of analyzing the process of data mining, the composition of healthy physical fitness, and the role of aerobics, it is used to test students in a certain university through experimental methods and statistical methods. Carry out aerobics teaching experiment, and compare and analyze the data measured by the experimental samples. The experimental results show that the use of healthy physical fitness in aerobics teaching can effectively promote the learning and improvement of aerobics skills.
With the advent of wireless sensor networks and their deep integration with the world have enabled users worldwide to achieve benefits from location-based services through mobile applications, the problems such as low bandwidth, high network traffic, and disconnections issues are normally extracted from mobile services. An efficient database system is required to manage mentioned problems. Our research work finds the probability of user’s next locations. A mobile user (query issuer) changes its position when performing a specific mobile search, where these queries change and repeat the search with the issuer position. Moreover, the query issuer can be static and may perform searches with varying conditions of queries. Data is exchanged with mobile devices and questions that are formulated during searching for query issuer locations. An aim of the research work is achieved through effectively processing of queries in terms of location-dependent, originated by mobile users. Significant studies have been performed in this field in the last two decades. In this paper, our novel approach comprise of usage of semantic caches with the Bayesian networks using a prediction algorithm. Our approach is unique and distinct from the traditional query processing system especially in mobile domain for the prediction of future locations of users. Consequently, a better search is analyzed using the response time of data fetch from the cache.
The health problems caused by insufficient exercise are becoming more and more serious, which is a serious threat to human health, especially the increase in patients with chronic diseases, which brings a heavy burden to medical and health care, and even triggers a public health crisis. In order to cope with the health threats people face, how to promote the synergistic effect of sports and medical health under the background of the integration of Chinese and Western medicine has become an important issue in building a healthy China life cycle. This article is aimed at studying the application of integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine in pharmacy and health. Through the research of multiproblem collaborative governance of sports and medicine, the mechanism to promote multidisciplinary collaborative governance was established, and the realization of the integration of sports and medicine was promoted, extending some college students in a university in a certain city and studied the experiment of the influence of exercise on health. Experiments showed that 34.8% of students who exercise almost daily were in very healthy conditions, and 47.8% of healthy students were also unhealthy or prone to illness. The 62.1% of students exercising three to four times a week are healthy, proving that sports has a certain impact on human health and has a certain reference significance for the integration of sports and medicine.