Design and Application of a Fuzzy Evaluation Algorithm for Stroke Force in Calligraphy Teaching
Keywords:Fuzzy evaluation algorithm, stroke force, calligraphy
To solve the problem that the existing electronic word learning device only had a single character writing exercise function, the interaction structure and the stroke force analysis algorithm of Chinese characters were studied from aspects such easy use, smart technology and writing paper simulation. In re-sponse to the problems in the writing process and the limitations of smart guidance, the writing problems occurred the resistive touch screen were ana-lyzed, and a fuzzy evaluation method for Chinese strokes was proposed. The main contents included membership template construction, fuzzy subset se-lection, template parameter generation and evaluation. The experimental re-sult showed that the interaction structure can inherit the advantages of paper writing and exert the advantages of electronic devices. It is concluded that human-computer interaction based on interactive structures can better apply the intelligent machine to character practitioner.
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