College public sports culture practice based on decision tree algorithm

  • Shuping XuEmail author
  • Lixin Liang
  • Chengbin Ji
Original Article


The public sports culture of colleges is based on the basic skills and strategies of the public sports culture curriculum. The study of public sports culture in colleges focuses on the unity and standardization of teaching forms, structures, contents, methods, assessments, and evaluations. This paper considers the various links that affect the public sports culture of colleges, identifies frequent item sets, and gains support by establishing support and confidence thresholds. The frequent item sets of the degrees and confidence with the rules generated by a decision tree algorithm are compared to identify the key factors that affect the actual effect. This paper fully considers the public sports culture of colleges to comprehensively analyze the relevant factors, verify and compare the rules generated by the decision tree algorithm, and identify the key factors that affect the actual effect. By an example verification, the method of this paper has certain guiding value for the study of public sports culture.


Frequent item sets Decision tree algorithm Public sports culture 


Funding information

This work was supported by the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities (No. JB2018MS066).


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.North China Electric Power UniversityBeijingChina
  2. 2.Beijing College of Politics and LawBeijingChina

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