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RETRACTED ARTICLE: Rock and soil reconstruction of mountain slope based on embedded Internet of things and evaluation of college students’ physical health

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Based on embedded technology and wireless mobile communication technology, the development of physical data acquisition system is realized, and the overall architecture of physical data acquisition system is designed. The system is composed of sensor terminal and application service center. The application service center takes S3C2440 development board as the core, carries out remote information collection and data transmission through the Internet of things and uses VC + + 6.0 as the software development environment of sensor terminal to realize remote management and data analysis. Then, it studies the flexible configuration method of IOT embedded terminal supporting multi-sensor access, as well as the corresponding hardware interface, communication protocol, communication protocol, etc., and designs the middleware and application layer configuration tool. The network embedded terminal equipment realizes the interaction and configuration function of the terminal. Before the geotechnical reconstruction of the slope, the geological conditions of the slope were measured by the measurement technology, and the extreme value balance analysis method was used to detect the slope surface to observe the stability. The results show that if the rising coefficient is less than or equal to 1.0, the rising is unstable. When the safety factor exceeds 1.15, the recalculation rate of some treatment regimens remains stable. Then, the embedded Internet of things is used to detect the physical health of college students. Based on the college students’ physical health evaluation method, the evaluation model of college students’ health test is established. The evaluation grades of boys and girls are relatively concentrated in the passing and good groups, which indicates that the overall situation is good. In this paper, through the study of the mountain slope geotechnical transformation and college students’ physical health evaluation, it is applied to the embedded Internet of things, so as to promote the development of geotechnical engineering and college students’ physical health.

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This article is part of the Topical Collection on Environment and Low Carbon Transportation

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Li, L. RETRACTED ARTICLE: Rock and soil reconstruction of mountain slope based on embedded Internet of things and evaluation of college students’ physical health. Arab J Geosci 14, 1790 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12517-021-08019-w

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