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KDD
2012
ACM
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8 years 1 months ago
Learning from crowds in the presence of schools of thought
Crowdsourcing has recently become popular among machine learning researchers and social scientists as an effective way to collect large-scale experimental data from distributed w...
Yuandong Tian, Jun Zhu
ETS
2002
IEEE
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9 years 10 months ago
Best Practices in Technology-Mediated Learning in American Business Education
Many business schools are re-examining management education, and many view advanced information technology as an enabler of innovative and effective learning. How best to approach...
Gretchen Gemeinhardt
MCS
2009
Springer
10 years 5 months ago
A Study of Semi-supervised Generative Ensembles
Machine Learning can be divided into two schools of thought: generative model learning and discriminative model learning. While the MCS community has been focused mainly on the lat...
Manuela Zanda, Gavin Brown
COMPUTER
2007
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9 years 10 months ago
Digital Technology and the Skills Shortage
ract in that they deal with sequences of sound or movement. Two social or personality skills can also be defined: Intrapersonal skill helps people perceive and control their own th...
W. Neville Holmes
AIED
2007
Springer
10 years 4 months ago
What Level of Tutor Interaction is Best?
Razzaq and Heffernan (2006) showed that scaffolding compared to hints on demand in an intelligent tutoring system could lead to higher averages on a middle school mathematics post-...
Leena M. Razzaq, Neil T. Heffernan, Robert W. Lind...
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