In Computational intelligence and neuroscience
The current work aims to meet the needs of the development of archives work in colleges and universities and the modernization of management to realize the standards and standardization of all aspects of archives business construction in colleges and universities, so as to improve the political and professional quality of archives cadres. First, the radio frequency identification (RFID) technology based on the Internet of things (IoT) digitizes the university archive labels. Meanwhile, the filing cabinet's intelligent security system preserves confidential files. Second, the convolutional neural network (CNN) algorithm under deep learning is introduced and college profile information is identified. Finally, the concept of professional certification is used to clarify the purpose of the university archives automation management system. Different activation functions are used to analyze the recognition accuracy loss and recognition accuracy of university archives. The identification error of You Only Look Once (YOLO) of the ReLU-convolutional neural network (R-CNN) of college archives is analyzed. The results show that the selection of rectified linear units (ReLU) activation function for CNN can effectively reduce the loss of identification accuracy of college archives and can improve the accuracy of identification of college archives. The algorithm based on the ReLU activation function has a smaller recognition error accuracy in college archives than that of the YOLO algorithm. The recognition error of the YOLO algorithm is slightly higher than that of the R-CNN. The font recognition error of archival information based on the R-CNN is relatively large. However, the conclusion is reasonable due to the recognition difficulties of handwritten archival fonts. The file positioning recognition error rate is 19.00%, the file printing font recognition error rate is 4.75%, and the image recognition error rate is 1.90%. These results have a certain reference value for the process of identifying information in the automatic management of university archives by CNN under different activation functions.
Ma Yue, Dai Bing, Ding Baorong