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Research on the Construction of Information Communication Engineering under the Background of "Internet +"

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DOI: 10.23977/jaip.2020.030102 | Downloads: 6 | Views: 506


Yujia Liu 1


1 Shandong University of Science and Technology, 250031, China

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Yujia Liu


In today's information-oriented society, the Internet technology has developed rapidly, and China has also developed rapidly in the field of information-based communication engineering. The use of Internet technology to actively build an integrated management system will improve communication efficiency and promote information. The in-depth development of resources has a good effect. However, from the current actual situation, China's Internet platform is still in an early stage of development, so there are still many problems in the development of information communication projects. From this perspective, the author will start from the development background of Internet technology and take the problems encountered in China's current informatization and communication projects as a research center to study how to improve the quality of our informatization and communication projects and make better use of informatization in an important role in China's economic and social development.


"Internet+", Background, Informatization, Communication engineering, The construction of research


Yujia Liu. Research on the Construction of Information Communication Engineering under the Background of "Internet +". Journal of Artificial Intelligence Practice (2020) Vol. 3: 1-4. DOI:


[1] He Yu. Analysis of the construction of information communication engineering under the background of "Internet +" [J]. Digital Communication World, 2019 (01): 243. 
[2] Chen Sijin. How to realize the informationization and integration of communication engineering [J]. Network Security Technology and Application, 2017 (07): 104 + 106.

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