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International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development

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  • Research on Recommendation Model of Sustainable Innovative Teaching of Chinese as A Foreign Language Based on The Data Mining Algorithm   Order a copy of this article
    by Yingying Zhang, Huiyu Guo 
    Abstract: With the continuous development of teaching Chinese as a foreign language, more teaching methods are combined with network teaching. However, it is difficult for network teaching methods to find ways that suitable for different learners from various teaching resources. Therefore, to help learners obtain appropriate teaching methods from the network teaching platform, the research establishes a network teaching recommendation model for Chinese as a foreign language based on the user’s interest similarity. Three experimental schemes are designed to verify the effect of the proposed model. The experimental results show that the MAE scores of the model in the three schemes are 0.67, 0.7095 and 0.7428 respectively; the MRSE scores are 0.88, 0.9346 and 0.9695 respectively. Thus, the proposed collaborative filtering recommendation algorithm based on user interest similarity migration has good recommendation performance.
    Keywords: Data mining; Transfer learning; Chinese as a foreign language; Teaching innovation; Collaborative filtering.
    DOI: 10.1504/IJKBD.2023.10056110