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Integrated Introspective Case-Based Reasoning for Intelligent Tutoring Systems

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Integrated Introspective Case-Based Reasoning for Intelligent Tutoring Systems
Many intelligent tutoring systems (ITSs) have been developed, deployed, assessed, and proven to facilitate learning. However, most of these systems do not generally adapt to new circumstances, do not self-evaluate and self-configure their own strategies, and do not monitor the usage history of the learning content being delivered or presented to the students. These shortcomings force ITS developers to often spend much development time in manual revision and finetuning of the learning and instructional contents of an ITS. In this paper, we describe an intelligent agent that delivers learning material adaptively to different students, factoring in the usage history of the learning materials and student profiles as observed by the agent. Student-tutor interaction includes the activities of going through learning material, such as a topical tutorial, a set of examples, and a set of problems. Our assumption is that our agent will be able to capture and utilize these student activities as t...
Leen-Kiat Soh
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where AAAI
Authors Leen-Kiat Soh
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