Key Points of Computational Neuroscience in Circulation Service Innovation of University Library

Aiqun Wang, Zicong He, Yilin Wang

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 439-443


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This article researched the main points of innovation of circulation service of university library. RFID technology was applied to a university library and a “simplified” self-service system based on RFID circulation service system was designed to compare the whole difference before and after this design. By calculating the genetic algorithm in neuroscience, the volume of circulation of this library was predicted. Through the circulation data, the designed method had applicability, which improved the self-help ability of reader and the satisfaction rate of reader. Meanwhile, the prediction data was reliable, which provided the basis for the scientific management of library circulation service.


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