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RETRACTED ARTICLE: Plant slope reconstruction in plain area based on multi-core ARM and music teaching satisfaction

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Abstract

In this paper, we will first implement a multi-core tracking-learning-detection target tracking algorithm based on multi-core advanced RISC machines (ARM) processor, in order to accelerate and optimize the algorithm on the basis of understanding the algorithm, so as to improve the real-time performance of the algorithm. On one hand, the algorithm is improved to reduce the computation and complexity of the algorithm, and on the other hand, to make full use of the computing resources of the processor and optimize the algorithm through hardware acceleration. Considering the mechanical action of the vegetation root system in the plain area, this paper analyzes and studies the influence of plant slope transformation on the overall stability of slope. Referring to many related literatures, the reconstruction mechanism and reinforcement method of plant slope can effectively improve the deformation characteristics and shear strength of soil, and the fixation effect of coarse roots is the best in the whole slope. Based on the statistical analysis of the morphological distribution characteristics of plant roots, and in the case of flat slope, the vertical extension of roots can achieve slope stability and better root function. In music teaching, the long-term neglect of music education will lead to the neglect of the work of teachers in specific fields and ultimately lower the satisfaction of teachers, especially when the development of music teachers is relatively backward. This paper investigates the job satisfaction of high school music teachers in specific areas. The main purpose is to arouse the attention of the education authorities to the current situation of music teachers and to ask their ideas and questions. Teachers need to refer to and clarify their goals, so that teachers and staff can improve their overall ability and clarify their development goals. According to the research of multi-core arm, it is applied to the analysis of the satisfaction degree of slope land transformation and music teaching in plain area, so as to promote the development of land transformation and teaching.

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Luo, Z. RETRACTED ARTICLE: Plant slope reconstruction in plain area based on multi-core ARM and music teaching satisfaction. Arab J Geosci 14, 1651 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12517-021-08020-3

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Keywords

  • Multi-core ARM
  • Plain area
  • Plant slope land transformation
  • Music teaching
  • Satisfaction