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Research on Improving Classroom Teaching Ability by Using Multimedia Image Processing Technology

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DOI: 10.23977/jipta.2024.070101 | Downloads: 8 | Views: 260

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Tianbao Wu 1

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1 School of Information Science and Technology, Xiamen University Tan Kah Kee College, Xiamen, Fujian, 363105, China

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Tianbao Wu

ABSTRACT

In China, with the rapid development of multimedia technology, multimedia image processing technology has made great progress. The application of multimedia technology has greatly improved the image processing ability. The purpose of this article was to analyze the learning behavior of students in the teaching process. Therefore, in the teaching process, the edge box of the image was first used to mark the position of the students, and then the selected students were classified and analyzed individually. In this paper, the target detection algorithm had the function of connecting the preceding and the following, and the analysis of individual students' behavior mainly depended on the accuracy of individual target markers. In the questionnaire survey of 300 students and 9 teachers, it was found that 93.33% of teachers often use slides of multimedia materials. It can be seen that most teachers' multimedia resources have mainly chose slides, which mainly depend on teachers' computer ability and advantages of slides. In fact, multimedia teaching resources are diverse. Teachers should learn more, practice more and create various excellent coursewares.

KEYWORDS

Classroom Teaching Ability, Multimedia Image Processing Technology, Target Detection Algorithm

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Tianbao Wu, Research on Improving Classroom Teaching Ability by Using Multimedia Image Processing Technology. Journal of Image Processing Theory and Applications (2024) Vol. 7: 1-11. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jipta.2024.070101.

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