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Utilization of Artificial Intelligence Technology in Higher Education Management: Teaching Theory and Practical Skills of Landscape Architecture Construction Technology

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DOI: 10.23977/jaip.2023.060804 | Downloads: 14 | Views: 384

Author(s)

Guodong Sang 1

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1 School of Education, Philippine Women's University, Ermita Manila, Metro Manila, Philippine

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Guodong Sang

ABSTRACT

In traditional university education management, landscape construction technology helps students comprehensively master landscape construction technology by teaching theoretical knowledge such as the basic principles of landscape construction and setting up practical bases for landscape construction. However, this approach has some limitations, such as delayed information transmission, which limits the flexibility and effectiveness of learning. Therefore, artificial intelligence technology can be applied to the teaching theory and practice of landscape construction technology in university education management. The word bag model and SVM (Support Vector Machine) algorithm were used as a case analysis tool for landscape construction technology to analyze construction problems and solutions in real cases, and then virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies were used to enable students to practice landscape construction in a virtual environment. Finally, a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) model was used to provide specific learning resources and operational recommendations. This article applied artificial intelligence technology to the theory and practice of landscape construction technology in university education management. The average score of students in the test has increased by 8 points, and over 90% of students can independently complete the experiment. With the help of artificial intelligence technology, university education management can break the limitations of time and space, improve the flexibility and convenience of students' learning, and provide more timely feedback for education managers.

KEYWORDS

Artificial Intelligence Technology, University Education Management, Garden Landscape Construction, Teaching Theory, Practical Skill

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Guodong Sang, Utilization of Artificial Intelligence Technology in Higher Education Management: Teaching Theory and Practical Skills of Landscape Architecture Construction Technology. Journal of Artificial Intelligence Practice (2023) Vol. 6: 18-25. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jaip.2023.060804.

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