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2004
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RMT: A Dialog-Based Research Methods Tutor With or Without a Head
RMT (Research Methods Tutor) is a dialog-based tutoring system that has a dual role. Its modular architecture enables the interchange and evaluation of different tools and techniq...
Peter M. Wiemer-Hastings, David Allbritton, Elizab...
ITS
2004
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Combining Heuristics and Formal Methods in a Tool for Supporting Simulation-Based Discovery Learning
Abstract. This paper describes the design of a tool to support learners in simulation-based discovery learning environments. The design redesigns and extents a previous tool to ove...
Koen Veermans, Wouter R. van Joolingen
ITS
2004
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Harnessing P2P Power in the Classroom
We have implemented a novel peer-to-peer based environment called Comtella, which allows students to contribute and share class-related resources. This system has been implemented ...
Julita Vassileva
ITS
2004
Springer
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A Multi-dimensional Taxonomy for Automating Hinting
Abstract. Hints are an important ingredient of natural language tutorial dialogues. Existing models of hints, however, are limited in capturing their various underlying functions, ...
Dimitra Tsovaltzi, Armin Fiedler, Helmut Horacek
ITS
2004
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The Role of Domain Ontology in Knowledge Acquisition for ITSs
Abstract. There have been several attempts to automate knowledge acquisition for ITSs that teach procedural tasks. The goal of our project is to automate the acquisition of domain ...
Pramuditha Suraweera, Antonija Mitrovic, Brent Mar...
ITS
2004
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Modeling the Development of Problem Solving Skills in Chemistry with a Web-Based Tutor
This research describes a probabilistic approach for developing predictive models of how students learn problem-solving skills in general qualitative chemistry. The goal is to use ...
Ron Stevens, Amy Soller, Melanie Cooper, Marcia Sp...
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2004
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Integrating Intelligent Agents, User Models, and Automatic Content Categorization in a Virtual Environment
This work is devoted to lattice-based information representation of correlations among delivery criteria in transport logistics. The number of delivery criteria, their ranking acc...
Cássia Trojahn dos Santos, Fernando Santos ...
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2004
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Supporting Spatial Awareness in Training on a Telemanipulator in Space
Abstract. In this paper, we present an approach for supporting spatial awareness in an intelligent tutoring system, the purpose of which is to train astronauts to operating tasks o...
Jean Roy, Roger Nkambou, Froduald Kabanza
ITS
2004
Springer
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Advantages of Spoken Language Interaction in Dialogue-Based Intelligent Tutoring Systems
Abstract. The ability to lead collaborative discussions and appropriately scaffold learning has been identified as one of the central advantages of human tutorial interaction [6]. ...
Heather Pon-Barry, Brady Clark, Karl Schultz, Eliz...
ITS
2004
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CycleTalk: Toward a Dialogue Agent That Guides Design with an Articulate Simulator
Abstract. We discuss the motivation for a novel style of tutorial dialogue system that emphasizes reflection in a design context. Our current research focuses on the hypothesis tha...
Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Cristen Torrey, Vinc...
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