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RETRACTED ARTICLE: Prediction of soil moisture characteristic curve based on Internet of Things and enterprise e-commerce operation

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Abstract

E-commerce has an important influence on China’s economic and social development. The rapidly emerging Internet of Things and other emerging information technologies can promote the revolutionary innovation and development of e-commerce products and industries. Online direct sales channels fully apply the Internet of Things technology and e-commerce. The operations and channels have more power to apply the Internet of Things technology. If offline business operations have stronger advantages than online e-commerce operations, the Internet of Things technology and the diffusion process are incorporated into the database model; when the proliferation of the Internet of Things remains local, e-commerce operations can only obtain higher efficiency and benefits after applying the Internet of Things technology online, to closely integrate the new generation of information technology with traditional operating strategies. At the same time, government support policies have played an important role in promoting the application of a new generation of information technology. The particle gradation, stress status, dry density, etc., in the soil moisture characteristic curve prediction system may change with the operation of the soil in the atmosphere, and these influencing factors are important measurements that affect soil permeability and land water quality characteristics. The prediction of soil moisture characteristic curve, soil permeability, and soil erosion resistance are linked together, and the study of the influence of these influencing factors on soil permeability and soil moisture characteristics on soil water retention is useful for exploring the mechanism of soil erosion and soil erosion. Sexual control measures have very important guiding significance. Therefore, this paper uses the Internet of Things technology to conduct a detailed study on the prediction content of the soil moisture characteristic curve and the process of enterprise e-commerce operations.

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Wang, Y., Niu, D. RETRACTED ARTICLE: Prediction of soil moisture characteristic curve based on Internet of Things and enterprise e-commerce operation. Arab J Geosci 14, 1656 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12517-021-08085-0

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Keywords

  • Internet of Things
  • Soil
  • Moisture characteristic curve
  • E-commerce operation