Learning Path Planning Algorithm Based on Career Goals and Artificial Intelligence
Keywords:Learning path planning, course recommendation, online education, vocational education, artificial intelligence, big data
With the development of the Internet, various forms of learning resources continue to flood the public, especially the promotion of video learning plat-forms. More and more people use their spare time to learn what they need. However, there is a general lack of intelligence in online learning platforms at present, which greatly reduced the utilization of online learning platforms and their educational advantages. The innovation of this paper is proposing and explaining that with the integration of big data, online education and ar-tificial intelligence, the contradiction of online education has turned into one between the lack of intelligence in online education and the demand of users. To solve this contradiction, this paper researches from the perspective of an algorithm. Course recommendation is the core algorithm of online ed-ucation. However, the current recommendation algorithm based on collabo-rative filtering has the disadvantages of cold start and useless recommenda-tion content. In this paper, Apriori and ACO algorithms in artificial intelli-gence are studied, and the proposal of an algorithmic framework named Posi-tion-Apriori-ACO brings forth new ideas in solving online education prob-lems. The Position-Apriori-ACO algorithm can effectively carry out course recommendation and learning path planning, and also provides a research di-rection for the intelligent development of online education.
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