Advanced Research on Computers in Education: Proceedings of the Ifip Tc3 International Conference on Advanced Research on Computers in Education, Tokyo, Japan, 18-20 July 1990
Robert Lewis, Setsuko Ōtsuki
North-Holland, 1991 - Education - 361 pages
In the field of education, advanced research using artificial intelligence and cognitive models is vividly making its appearance clear, and deepening our conviction of its effectiveness in practical use. This volume is one of the results of the conference, which was held with the aim of exploring the current state and future trends of advanced techniques and methodologies in information processing, specifically those from artificial intelligence and cognitive science, as applied to the field of education.
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Applications of Machine Learning to Formative
The Construction and Use of Diagrams for Problem Solving
Representing Acquiring and Reasoning about Tutoring Knowledge
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