Intelligent tutoring systems

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Academic Press, 1982 - Computers - 345 pages
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The first volume to appear on this topic and now a classic in the field, "Intelligent Tutoring Systems" provides the reader with descriptions of the major systems implemented before 1981. The introduction seeks to emphasise the principal contributions made in the field, to outline continuing research issues, and to relate these to research activities in artificial intelligence and cognitive science. Subject areas discussed are as varied as arithmetic, algebra, electronics, and medicine, together with some informal gaming environments.

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Intelligent tutoring systems
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A Friendly interfaces
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Special purpose deduction techniques
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