Title: Practical Teaching Research Based on the Evaluation of the Principal Component Analysis
Abstract: In this paper, the Principal Component Analysis method is introduced into the curriculum evaluation system of teachers for students. Taking Proteus measurement and control circuit simulation application course as an example, we use PCA method to describe the calculation method of multi index weight in curriculum evaluation, so as to extract the principal component of multi index. The results obtained improve the objectivity, simplicity and comprehensiveness of curriculum evaluation. The method described in this paper can be used as a reference for teachers of similar practical courses in methods and models, so as to obtain better evaluation effect of practical courses.
Biography: Prof. Haima Yang(1979-) received the Ph.D. degree in Signal and Information Processing from Xi'an Institute of Optics and Precision Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Science, Xi'an, China, in 2015. He is an Associate Professor with the Instrument Science and Technology, School of Optical-Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, China. His research fields mainly include the following contents: (1) Measurement and tracking for beacon position and attitude in quantum optical communication (2) SPR sensor mechanism and simulation (3) Symbolic slider variable structure control (4) Analysis for optical polarizing vector fields. His crosswise tasks include the following contents: (1) Designing and manufacturing for photoelectric intelligent instruments (2) Development for electrical intelligent detection devices (3) Analysis and processing for digital signal processing systems (4) Development for pattern recognition systems (5) Gathering enriched experience in product design and equipment development ofcircuit design, such as PCB, MCU(51/PIC/MSP430/STM32), PLC control (Siemens, MitsubishiQPLC) and LabVIEW programing.
Submission Deadline January 19, 2021
Notification Day About 5 days after submission
Authors' Registration January 25, 2021
Conference Date February 2-3, 2021