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In view of the uncertainty and diversity of the metabolic grey prediction model in the prediction process, resulting in poor prediction effect, a metabolic grey prediction model based on big data and Internet of things technology is constructed. Establish the aerobic metabolic process of human telecontrol and put forward the detection index of aerobic metabolic cycle function in human telecontrol; on this basis, use the metabolic grey prediction model analysis algorithm to determine the active intrusion intention of complex network, establish the intrusion intention attack behavior set function, establish the internal operation architecture under the technology of big data and Internet of things, and realize the construction of metabolic grey prediction model. The experimental results show that the constructed model can realize data prediction, with high confidence level and good effect.
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Research Article
The Metabolism Grey Prediction Model Based on Big Data and
Internet of Things Technology
Rong Fan, Suqin Sun, Yuanli Shan, Qingjiang Zhang, Jiazhuo Li, Guoqing Ma,
and Limin Pan
Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Harbin 150080, China
Correspondence should be addressed to Limin Pan; lmpfan@outlook.com
Received 7 March 2022; Revised 24 March 2022; Accepted 30 March 2022; Published 14 April 2022
Academic Editor: Zhiguo Qu
Copyright © 2022 Rong Fan et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License,
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In view of the uncertainty and diversity of the metabolic grey prediction model in the prediction process, resulting in poor
prediction eect, a metabolic grey prediction model based on big data and Internet of things technology is constructed.
Establish the aerobic metabolic process of human telecontrol and put forward the detection index of aerobic metabolic cycle
function in human telecontrol; on this basis, use the metabolic grey prediction model analysis algorithm to determine the
active intrusion intention of complex network, establish the intrusion intention attack behavior set function, establish the
internal operation architecture under the technology of big data and Internet of things, and realize the construction of
metabolic grey prediction model. The experimental results show that the constructed model can realize data prediction, with
high condence level and good eect.
1. Introduction
Metabolism includes material metabolism and energy
metabolism. It is composed of two opposite and simulta-
neous processes: assimilation and alienation. Assimilation
and alienation have obvious dierences and close relations.
Without assimilation, organisms cannot produce new proto-
plasm and store energy, and alienation cannot be carried
out. On the contrary, if there is no alienation, there can be
no energy release, and the material synthesis in organisms
cannot be carried out. It can be seen that assimilation and
alienation are both opposite and unied, which jointly deter-
mine the existence and continuity of organisms. In the long-
term evolution process, organisms constantly interact with
their environment and gradually form dierent types in
the way of metabolism. Therefore, assimilation is a process
of absorbing energy. For example, green plants use photo-
synthesis to convert water, carbon dioxide, and other sub-
stances in the environment into starch, cellulose, and other
substances. On the contrary is alienation, that is, from the
body to the external environment, the process of substances
from macromolecules to small molecules is a process of
releasing energy and expelling substances that organisms
do not need or cannot use. The grey metabolism model is
a constantly consider new information prediction model, it
considers the over time one after another into the system,
the eects of disturbance factors, at the same time of con-
stantly added new information, get rid of old information
in time, and make the whole system updated and the devel-
opment process, more in line with the change of real world
[1]. It can not only give full play to the advantages of tradi-
tional prediction models that only use a small amount of
data [2, 3] but also reect the changing trend of data, so as
to further improve the accuracy of prediction results.
Big data refers to the data set that cannot be captured,
managed, and processed by conventional software tools
within a certain time range. It is a massive, high-growth,
and diversied information asset that requires a new pro-
cessing mode to have stronger decision-making ability,
insight, and discovery ability and process optimization abil-
ity [4, 5]. Big data has 5 V characteristics: volume, velocity,
variety, value, and veracity. Big data itself is an abstract con-
cept [68]. Relying on the development of the Internet and
cloud computing, big data plays an increasingly important
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role in all walks of life [9]. The Internet of Things is the
Internet of everything, namely, the Mobile Internet, which
is no longer the link between people but machine to
machine, device to device, and system to system [10]. In this
regard, reference [11] proposed using big data to guide bet-
ter nurse allocation strategies, using machine learning
method to predict hospital discharge, discrete event simula-
tion model to determine the needs of nurses in neonatal
ICU, and using machine learning and hierarchical linear
regression to connect the changing nurse allocation with
the results of patients. This new study applied a unique
Monte Carlo simulation model to estimate nursing needs
and test dierent strategies to meet needs. Reference [12]
proposed the mortality, disability, and recurrence rate after
the rst stroke, which is a study from the Chinese stroke
big data observation platform. Stroke mortality, disability,
and recurrence rates were investigated 12 months after the
rst stroke, a prospective cohort study based on national
hospitals. The intravenous thrombolysis rate was 9.5%, and
the intravascular treatment rate was 4.4%. The results sup-
port the hypothesis that the prognosis of stroke patients in
China seems to have improved, not very bad.
Although the above research has made some progress, it
is not suitable for newborn metabolism prediction. There-
fore, a metabolism grey prediction model based on big data
and Internet of things technology is proposed. Big data can
be understood as a resource or asset. With the increasingly
powerful processing capacity of computers, the more data
can be obtained, and the more value can be mined. The
Internet of Things is also the most critical link in an intelli-
gent society, but it is often ignored by people. As the termi-
nal closest to users, it is not only the front line for collecting
large-scale and multidimensional user data but also the win-
dow and bridge for the eects of technology to be feedback
to user experience. Big data and the Internet of things sound
like them knowing you cannot have them, very tallsmart
technology, but it is closely related to many aspects of our
social life, and it works from the institute to the life in every
scene, related to the business analysis, data analysis, data
mining, machine learning, articial intelligence, and other
elds, from pure technical research to specic application.
Smart technology is everywhere. Using big data and Internet
of Things technology to build a grey prediction model of
metabolism has good performance.
2. Analysis of Aerobic Metabolic Function of
Human Exercise
2.1. Human Telecontrol Aerobic Metabolic Process. The pro-
cess of human telecontrol is mainly aerobic metabolism.
Aerobic metabolic exercise refers to the endurance exercise
and exercise for the purpose of enhancing human oxygen
inhalation, oxygen transmission, and oxygen metabolism.
The benets of aerobic metabolic exercise are as follows: it
can gradually increase the amount of oxygen absorbed by
the human body during exercise. In the metabolic process,
it can better consume the excess heat in the human body,
so as to metabolize the excess heat in the body. In other
words, in the process of human telecontrol, the amount of
oxygen inhaled by the human body is basically equal to the
amount of oxygen required, so as to achieve physiological
metabolic balance in the process of circulation. Therefore,
aerobic metabolic exercise is characterized by rhythm, unin-
terrupted, and long duration. Predict the data transmission
according to the data transmission mode of the rule base.
Construct the human telecontrol aerobic metabolism
scheme and set the metabolic structure, as shown in
Figure 1.
According to Figure 1, in the process of human telecon-
trol, aerobic metabolism is mainly the metabolism of glu-
cose. The glucose stored in human body forms 6-P glucose
through metabolic reaction with ATP and then reacts with
NADP to form 6-P gluconic acid. After dehydration, it
forms the intermediate 2-keto-3-deoxy-6-phosphogluconic
acid and nally forms pyruvate ×2.
Pyruvate, as a main product of metabolism, can form the
energy required by human functional exercise through sub-
sequent aerobic metabolism. Through the metabolic reaction
with a variety of human substances, the energy required for
human movement is nally formed. The key to aerobic met-
abolic exercise is to master the appropriate amount of exer-
cise, which requires not only certain competition and
exercise intensity but also continuous metabolic ability.
2.2. Detection Index of Aerobic Metabolism and Circulation
Function in Human Telecontrol. Based on the above analysis
of aerobic metabolism process in human telecontrol,
through comprehensive modeling and analysis of various
factors aecting aerobic cycle metabolism in human telecon-
trol, a dynamic balance model of aerobic metabolism and
supply is constructed to provide guidance for aerobic metab-
olism analysis of human telecontrol.
Based on the analysis model, the parameters aecting
aerobic exercise are analyzed. When analyzing the function
of human telecontrol aerobic metabolic cycle, taking 10
domestic elite athletes as the object, through long-time team
competition, physical index test, training intensity, and time
analysis, the physiological index test database is constructed
as the research data sample of this paper. It is assumed that
there is a prediction data in the data sample, and the data is
located in a level. Before the assumption of information data,
the standard processing method is adopted to strengthen the
processing of the assumption mode, and the scheme is for-
mulated according to the set human telecontrol aerobic
metabolism structure. The execution structure is shown in
Figure 2.
According to Figure 2, adjust the structural tting angle
of demand prediction, control the demand of aerobic meta-
bolic cycle function according to the angle information,
check the consistency of the analyzed data, store the tested
data in the model construction system, and wait for the sub-
sequent model design operation.
In the process of team training and competition moni-
toring, parameter comparison research is mainly carried
out on the athletesshortest aerobic metabolism time, aero-
bic metabolism eciency, and aerobic metabolism ratio, in
order to have a good measurement and calibration for the
athletesmetabolic process and metabolic ability. In the
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process of aerobic metabolism, various parameters mainly
have the following functions:
(1) The shortest aerobic metabolic time: it mainly
reects the time for athletes to change from anaero-
bic metabolic state to aerobic metabolic state and
reects the adaptability of athletes to the
environment
(2) Eciency of aerobic metabolism: it reects the e-
ciency of dierent athletesbodies in converting sub-
stances into energy under the condition of the same
amount of oxygen inhalation. The higher the e-
ciency, the stronger the ability of metabolism
(3) Aerobic metabolism ratio: in the whole metabolic
process, the ratio between aerobic metabolism and
anaerobic metabolism reects the composition and
distribution of athletesmetabolism
Based on the detailed test of the above indexes, the met-
abolic grey prediction model is constructed, and the aerobic
metabolic cycle function in human telecontrol is analyzed
through the evaluation of functional index. Through the
above analysis, it can be seen that in the process of human
telecontrol, with the process of long-distance running,
irregular attenuation of respiration occurs, and the process
of aerobic exercise is mixed with irregular anaerobic
exercise.
2.3. Metabolic Grey Prediction Model Analysis Algorithm.
Through the construction of the above human telecontrol
aerobic metabolic function and evaluation parameter index
system, the original sample data of athletesaerobic meta-
bolic function analysis and evaluation index [13, 14] are
obtained. Based on the analysis method of metabolic grey
prediction model, the athletesaerobic metabolic cycle func-
tion is analyzed, and the decline characteristics of the model
are used to characterize the aerobic metabolic consumption.
Taking the shortest aerobic metabolism time, aerobic metab-
olism eciency, and aerobic metabolism ratio as the model
input parameters, the model input matrix of three parame-
ters is constructed as follows:
Kmn =
k11 k12 k13
k21 k22 k23
k31 k32 k33
2
6
6
4
3
7
7
5
:ð1Þ
In formula (1), k11 represents the autocorrelation charac-
teristic of the shortest aerobic metabolism time, k22 repre-
sents the autocorrelation characteristic of the eective rate
of aerobic metabolism, and k33 represents the autocorrela-
tion characteristic of the rate of aerobic metabolism.
The autocorrelation characteristics of the input parame-
ters of the model characterize the stability of the model.
Based on the construction of the input parameter matrix,
the metabolic grey prediction model equation is obtained
as follows:
Abc =
0:85 0:85/z10:85/z2
1:00 1:00/z11:00/z2
0:95 0:95/z10:95/z2
2
6
6
4
3
7
7
5
:ð2Þ
In formula (2), Abc represents the characteristic equation
of metabolic grey prediction model, z1represents the corre-
lation distance between the shortest aerobic metabolic time
and aerobic metabolic eciency, and z2represents the corre-
lation distance between the shortest aerobic metabolic time
and aerobic metabolic ratio. The analysis process of meta-
bolic grey prediction model is as follows:
Step 1. Initialize Ddd:
Ddd =
d11 d12 d13
d21 d22 d23
d31 d32 d33
2
6
6
4
3
7
7
5
:ð3Þ
In formula (3), Ddd represents the fading factor matrix of
the metabolic grey prediction model. The three autocorrela-
tion characteristics in the matrix correspond to the parame-
ter fading autocorrelation characteristics of the shortest
aerobic metabolism time, aerobic metabolism eciency,
and aerobic metabolism ratio.
Step 2. Calculate the parameter matrix Min the grey
prediction model of metabolism:
M=Ddd ×Abc:ð4Þ
Step 3. In the metabolic grey prediction model, move
forward along the same column according to the matrix dis-
tribution characteristics of the model [15, 16].
Step 4. Move to an adjacent column and calculate the
fading characteristic factor of the metabolic grey prediction
model, expressed as
RER =S×M×θ:ð5Þ
Scheme
description
Forecast
Case reuse
Database
Storage
Scheme
modification
Adjustment
Metabolize
Human
telecontrol
Human
telecontrol
Figure 1: Structure of human telecontrol aerobic metabolism.
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In formula (5), Srepresents the fading factor of the met-
abolic grey prediction model, and θrepresents the fading
parameter distribution domain of the metabolic grey predic-
tion model;
Step 5, According to the model fading factor calculated
above, move to two adjacent columns. After the new value
in the model is updated, the new value represents the aerobic
metabolic consumption of the current athlete [17].
Step 6, Calculate the aerobic metabolic recovery of ath-
letes according to the recovery characteristics of fading fac-
tors and get
λ=RER ×M+1RER
ðÞ
×1M
ðÞ
:ð6Þ
In formula (6), λrepresents aerobic metabolic function
index, that is, the output parameter of metabolic grey predic-
tion model.
To sum up, by constructing the metabolic decline char-
acteristics, take the shortest aerobic metabolism time, aero-
bic metabolism eciency, and aerobic metabolism ratio as
the input parameters of the metabolic grey prediction model,
take the overall aerobic metabolic function index as the
model output parameters, represent the aerobic metabolic
consumption through the decline characteristics, and reect
the nal aerobic metabolic balance through the aerobic met-
abolic function index.
3. Realize the Metabolic Grey Prediction Model
Based on Big Data and Internet of
Things Technology
3.1. Internal Operation Architecture under Big Data and
Internet of Things Technology. Under the technology of big
data and Internet of things, in the process of metabolic pre-
diction of human function, rst determine the active intru-
sion intention of complex network [1820], establish the
set function of intrusion intention and attack behavior, and
estimate the diusion equation of active intrusion metabo-
lism of complex network on this basis. Based on the diu-
sion equation, a grey prediction model of active intrusion
metabolism in complex networks is constructed [21, 22].
Assuming that the metabolic diusion feature extracted
under the active intrusion of complex network is α, the state
of metabolic diusion under the active intrusion of complex
network is
GS=βMi
ðÞ
×βnMi
ðÞ
conα:ð7Þ
In formula (7), Mirepresents the weight coecient of
each metabolic diusion feature, and conαrepresents the
observation sequence of metabolic diusion state under
complex network intrusion [23], which needs to meet the
conditions of i=1,2,3,4.
According to the conclusions drawn from the above pro-
cess, a grey prediction model of active intrusion metabolism
in complex networks is constructed [24, 25]. At the same
time, build the internal operations architecture, as shown
in Figure 3.
According to Figure 3, in the internal operation architec-
ture, the division of modules is not arbitrary, but should fol-
low a certain principle, and the internal correlation of
modules should be as close as possible. In this way, the
divided modules have a certain independence, so as to
reduce the complex calling relationship between modules
and make the structure of the operating system clear. The
internal parts of the module are closely linked, so that each
module has independent functions.
3.2. Construction of the Metabolic Grey Prediction Model. In
the process of constructing the metabolism grey prediction
model, based on the evaluation results of the complex net-
work active intrusion metabolism diusion process [26],
the state transition probability value of the complex network
active intrusion metabolism in the diusion process is calcu-
lated by means of probability reasoning [27, 28]. The basic
principle of time series prediction is based on the trend pre-
diction principle. The grey prediction theory is established
by using the methods of accumulationand subtraction.
When there is no obvious trend in the time series, the accu-
mulation method can be used to generate the time series
with obvious trend. According to the growth trend of the
series, the prediction model can be established, the inuence
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Output 1
Output 2
Formulation stage Implementation phase
Figure 2: Scheme implementation structure.
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of grey factors can be considered for prediction, and then the
subtractionmethod is used for inverse operation to restore
the original time series. Based on the prediction results, a
grey prediction model of active intrusion metabolism in
complex networks is constructed.
Let the weight coecient between the j-th complex net-
work active intrusion metabolism diusion state and the i-th
diusion direction be Dji, and the connection parameter
between the jcomplex network active intrusion metabolism
diusion state and the idiusion direction be Eji .Dene the
diusion direction of the new generation of complex net-
work active intrusion as
O=Dji
j×i×Eji
j×i×Qj×Pi:ð8Þ
In formula (8), Qjrepresents the initial state probability
distribution value in the metabolic diusion process of active
intrusion of complex network, and Pirepresents the meta-
bolic diusion random variable under active intrusion of
complex network.
Let the transfer function of metabolic diusion under
active intrusion of complex network be Mzx, and the calcu-
lation formula is
Mzx =l1
l
j=2 f2
j×g/O
:ð9Þ
In formula (9), lrepresents the number of metabolic dif-
fusion samples under complex network active intrusion, f2
j
represents the belief conversion function of metabolism
under complex network active intrusion, and grepresents
the direction of metabolic diusion under complex network
active intrusion [29, 30].
In the process of constructing the metabolic grey predic-
tion model of complex network active intrusion, it is
assumed that C1and C2represent the compensation coe-
cient of metabolic diusion prediction samples under com-
plex network active intrusion, xmax represents the
maximum empirical weight of metabolic diusion depen-
dence under complex network active intrusion, and xmin
represents the minimum empirical weight of metabolic dif-
fusion dependence under complex network active intrusion.
If the conditional probability change process of metabolic
diusion under active intrusion of complex network is stable
to the direction set potential in a limited time [31, 32], the
joint distribution probability of metabolic diusion of active
intrusion of complex network is obtained as follows:
Ggg =C1×C2
xmax
×xmin
Iimax
:ð10Þ
In formula (10), Iimax represents the observation func-
tion of metabolic diusion under active intrusion of complex
network. The objective function of metabolic diusion of
active intrusion of complex network is calculated by formula
(11). The formula is
Zmb = arg max Zt
ðÞ
×pa×p
Zt1
ðÞ
:ð11Þ
In formula (11), ZðtÞrepresents the diusion direction
of complex network active intrusion metabolism at ttime,
parepresents the diusion state set of complex network
active intrusion metabolism, prepresents the diusion direc-
tion set of complex network active intrusion metabolism,
and Zðt1Þrepresents the new direction of complex net-
work active intrusion metabolism diusion state t1[33,
34].
According to the derivation of the above process, a grey
prediction model of active intrusion metabolism in complex
networks is constructed, which is expressed as
MX= arg max pZ
mb
ðÞ
×Ggg:ð12Þ
To sum up, by determining the set function of active
intrusion intention and attack behavior of complex net-
works, the metabolic diusion process of active intrusion
of complex networks is estimated [35, 36]. Based on the eval-
uation results of metabolic diusion process of active intru-
sion of complex networks, a grey prediction model of active
intrusion metabolism of complex networks is constructed,
and the construction of metabolic grey prediction model
based on big data and Internet of things technology is
realized.
4. Experimental Analysis
In order to verify the eect and feasibility of metabolic grey
prediction model based on big data and Internet of things
technology, simulation experiments are set up. The coding
of the experiment is realized by MATLAB R2016a software
platform. The hardware environment adopts Intel Core i5-
3570 model 3.4GHz processor, and 8 GB installed memory,
and the operating system is 64 bit Windows7 agship. The
simulation tool for data information processing is imple-
mented in C++. 100 nodes are randomly deployed in the
grey prediction model to collect metabolic information.
The coverage of each sensor node is 0.93, the xed delay of
wireless sensor network routing transmission is 1.5 ms, the
output carrier freque ncy is 6.8 kHz, and the data size is
Structure 1
Structure 2
Backups
Internal
information
Data fetch
Data request
Send out
Information
Figure 3: Internal operations architecture.
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1200 bytes. Other experimental parameters are set as shown
in Table 1.
Set the experimental scenario according to the parame-
ters in Table 1 and x the metabolic information within
the prediction range of the model to prevent experimental
errors caused by too small prediction range. At the same
time, strengthen the prediction management of metabolism,
adjust the allocation principle, execute the nal prediction
instruction, obtain the required prediction result data, and
extract the demand analysis performance data from the pre-
diction result data. The operation process of MATLAB soft-
ware is shown in Figure 4.
According to the parameter setting in Table 1 above and
the experimental operation ow in Figure 4, the metabolic
grey prediction model is veried, and dierent methods are
tested for metabolic topological grey prediction. Taking ref-
erence [11] and reference [12] as comparison methods, the
condence interval distribution of metabolic topological
grey prediction is obtained, as shown in Figure 5.
According to the analysis of Figure 5, the grey prediction
of metabolic topology is carried out by the model in this
paper. The condence level of data prediction realized by
sensor nodes is high and has good eect, while the predic-
tion eect of reference [11] and reference [12] is relatively
poor. The reason is that this model establishes the process
of human telecontrol aerobic metabolism, which can gradu-
ally increase the amount of oxygen absorbed by the human
body during exercise. In the process of metabolism, it can
better consume the excess heat in the human body and
metabolize the excess heat in the body, so as to enhance
the level of condence.
In order to further verify the eect of the model in this
paper, taking the training and competition data of 10 ath-
letes as the data basis for the analysis of metabolic grey pre-
diction model, the data test and result analysis were carried
out. The follow-up data statistics of half a year are adopted.
The interval of each test is no less than 2 hours, and each test
is carried out three times, aiming at the dierences caused by
gender and age. The correction factor method is used to cor-
rect the error caused by individual dierences, and the
detailed data distribution is shown in Table 2.
Based on the sample data in Table 2, the metabolism
grey prediction model function analysis experiment of aero-
bic metabolism function is carried out. From the experimen-
tal results and data analysis in Table 2, it can be concluded
that the shortest aerobic metabolism time of male athletes
is shorter than that of female athletes, mainly because men
store more energy; so, anaerobic exercise is more developed.
The aerobic metabolic rate varies greatly due to individual
dierences, which is the representation of the overall metab-
olism of athletes, through statistical analysis software SPSS
10.0. Dierent parameters are processed to obtain the cor-
rection factors under dierent individual dierences. The
results are shown in Table 3.
The unied results of aerobic metabolic function under
the grey prediction model are obtained through the correc-
tion of correction factors, as shown in Table 4.
The aerobic metabolic function of 10 athletes is analyzed
by metabolic grey prediction model, and multistep iteration
is carried out to obtain the error convergence curve of aero-
bic metabolic function analysis, as shown in Figure 6.
Table 1: Experimental parameters.
Project Parameter
Forecast data Material demand data
Database SCADA database
Characteristic factors Similarity parameter
Set value maximum demand Fifty thousand
Coecient adjustment Solar term coecient
Algorithm management Machine learning management
Prediction network Big data and internet of things technology
Start
Open MATLAB soware
and import sample data
Training metabolic
information sample data
Load different grey prediction
models respectively
Test training set
Data normalization
processing and output
End
Figure 4: Operation ow of MATLAB software experiment.
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It can be seen from Figure 6 that the error of aerobic
metabolic function analysis converges rapidly and has good
applicability to dierent individual dierences, indicating
that the constructed metabolic grey prediction model ana-
lyzes the characteristics of athletesaerobic metabolic func-
tion, and the model has good robustness.
To sum up, the accuracy of the metabolic function pre-
diction of athletes can be achieved based on the high reliabil-
ity of the Internet of things, and the reliability of the
metabolic function prediction based on grey technology is
good in the current application of the Internet of things.
5. Conclusions and Prospects
5.1. Conclusions
(1) The sensor nodes of the metabolism grey prediction
model designed based on big data and Internet of
Things technology achieve a high level of condence
in data prediction and have good eects
(2) The ratio of oxygen metabolism varies greatly with
individual dierences
(3) The metabolic grey prediction model was established
to analyze the aerobic metabolic function character-
istics of athletes, and the model had good robustness
5.2. Prospects
(1) The next step is to promote the feedback regulation
of human metabolism through aerobic exercise
training, so that more oxygen can be delivered to
brain cells in time. Aerobic exercise can improve
the level of human metabolism, eectively increase
the fat burning rate, ensure the eective operation
of body functions, and ensure that the body is in a
healthy state
(2) Due to the reduced ability of human body to secrete
antioxidants and enzymes, the level of free radicals
in the body increases. Lipid alcohols such as triglyc-
erides are easy to combine with free mineral ions in
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
5 1015202530
Transmission confidence
Time (s)
Paper model
Reference [11] model
Reference [12] model
Figure 5: Condence interval of metabolic topological grey
prediction.
Table 2: Distribution of human telecontrol test data.
Athletes Gender
Minimum aerobic
metabolism time
(h)
Aerobic
metabolic
eciency (%)
Aerobic
metabolic
ratio
1 Female 0.15 90 105 : 1
2 Female 0.23 91 116 : 1
3 Female 0.19 94 123 : 1
4 Female 0.20 95 110 : 1
5 Female 0.18 91 115 : 1
6 Male 0.29 89 131 : 1
7 Male 0.30 93 108 : 1
8 Male 0.39 97 109 : 1
9 Male 0.29 89 131 : 1
10 Male 0.30 93 108 : 1
Table 3: Correction factors of dierent individual dierences.
Age
(years)
Correction
factor
Maximum heart
rate
Correction
factor
15-18 1.10 210 1.12
19-22 0.83 180 0.83
23-26 0.78 170 0.75
27-30 0.71 150 0.64
Table 4: Analysis results of the aerobic metabolism grey prediction
model.
Athletes Oxygen absorption
capacity
Metabolic
depth
Aerobic metabolic
function index
129~34 35~43 44~48
239~43 44~51 52~56
328~33 34~47 42~47
435~39 40~47 48~51
526~31 32~40 41~45
631~35 36~43 44~47
722~28 29~36 37~41
835~39 32~39 40~43
0 1020304050607080 90 100
5
10
15
20
Iteration steps/Frequency
0
Iterative error
Figure 6: Error convergence curve of aerobic metabolic function
analysis.
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the body, forming diseases such as obesity and
hyperthyroidism. The future research content needs
to carry out fat burning through aerobic exercise to
promote human metabolism. In the process of aero-
bic exercise, skin blood vessels contract sharply, and
a large amount of blood is sucked into internal
organs and deep tissues to enhance human
metabolism
(3) Carrying out aerobic metabolism training can
improve human endurance and impact explosive-
ness, guide scientic group training based on meta-
bolic grey prediction model, and promote the
coordinated development of human aerobic metabo-
lism and anaerobic metabolism, so as to improve the
level of physical health
Data Availability
The raw data supporting the conclusions of this article will
be made available by the authors, without undue reservation.
Conflicts of Interest
The authors declared that they have no conicts of interest
regarding this work.
Acknowledgments
This work supported by Rong Fan would like to acknowl-
edge the support of the National Natural Science Foundation
of Heilongjiang Province (No. H2018059) and Heilongjiang
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