Artificial Intelligence in Education, 1997: Knowledge and Media in Learning Systems : Proceedings of AI-ED 97, World Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, Kobe, Japan

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Ben Du Boulay, R. Mizoguchi
IOS Press, 1997 - 685 pagine
The theme of this book is Knowledge and Media in Learning Systems, and papers that explore the emerging roles of intelligent multimedia and distributed technologies as well as computer supported collaboration within that theme are included. The spread of topics is very wide encompassing both well- established areas such as student modelling as well as more novel topics such as distributed intelligent tutoring on the World Wide Web. Far from undermining the need to understand how learning and teaching interact, the newer media continue to emphasise the interdependence of these two processes. Collaboration and tools for collaboration are the major topics of interest. Understanding how human learners collaborate, how peer tutoring works and how the computer can play a useful role as either a more able of even a less able learning partner are all explored here.
 

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Invited Speakers
1
Agents
7
Implications from an Empirical CSCW Study P Dillenbourg
15
A LargeScale Empirical
23
Communication Cooperation and Competition among Multiple Tutor Agents S Ritter
31
Architecture of an Intelligent Tutoring System on the WWW K Nakabayashi
39
An InquiryBased Geography Tutor L H Wong C Quek and C K Looi
47
An Architecture for Intelligent Collaborative Educational Systems D Suthers and D Jones
55
A ScriptBased Knowledge Representation for a Tutor in Molecular Genetics D E Neiman
371
Discovering Misconceptions Using Integrated Similarity and Causality Based Conceptual
379
Interpretation Tutor R Azevedo S Lajoie M Desaulniers D Fleiszer and P Bret
386
A SocioCognitive Engineering Approach to the Development of a KnowledgeBased
402
Domain Knowledge Structure Knowledge Representation and Hypotheses Testing
410
Learning Environments and Microworlds
418
An ILEBased Study
434
Constructing Aggregated Reasoning Networks for Coaching Qualitative Prediction
442

Authoring Systems and Tutoring Shells
63
Intelligent Training Shells for the Operation of Digital Telephony Stations A I Direne
71
The SimQuest Authoring System for SimulationBased Discovery Learning
79
Casebased Systems
87
Supporting Intermediate Smalltalk Programming through GoalBased Learning
95
Generating Qualitative Predictive Problems in a CaseBased Physics Tutor P W Fung
103
An ITS Engine Applied to Business
111
Collaboration and Collaborative Learning
119
Burton P Brna and T TreasureJones
135
Encouraging Student Reflection and Articulation using a Learning Companion
151
Opportunistic Group Formation A Theory for Intelligent Support in Collaborative
167
A Peer Help System for Workplace Training G I McCalla J E Greer V S Kumar
183
Collaborative Filtering towards Distributed WorkLearning Environment K Miyahara
200
Learner Modelling for Collaborative Learning Environments A Paiva
215
Explaining Causal Relationships in an ArgumentationBased
231
Computerassisted Language Learning
247
Development of Computer Assisted Language Learning System for Japanese Writing
263
A Computer Framework to Support SelfExplanation C Conati J H Larkin
286
Intelligent Multimedia and Hypermedia Systems
287
A Preliminary Report J Rickel and W L Johnson
294
Providing Expert Advice in the Domain of Collaborative Scientific Inquiry J A Toth
308
Learning to Learn from an ITS F Linton
317
An Instructional System for BehaviorBased Recursive Programming N Matsuda
325
KnowledgeBased Guidance in the CAETI Center Associate W R Murray
331
An Intelligent Tutor for Kinetic System Modeling A Takeuchi and S Otsuki
340
From Task Sequencing to Curriculum Planning D M Zhang and L Alem
347
Knowledge Representation for Instruction
363
ErrorVisualization by ErrorBased Simulation and its Management T Hirashima
450
Using the Wizard of Oz Technique to Prototype a ScenarioBased Simulation Tutor
458
StatPlay and a Recording and Playback Facility to Support Learning
466
Deriving Explanations from Qualitative Models P Salles B Bredeweg and R Winkels
474
Networked Learning and Teaching Systems
482
Intelligence on the Web? M Stern B P Woolf and J F Kurose
490
Dynamic Course Generation on the WWW J Vassileva
498
Student Modelling
513
Resolving Conflicting Knowledge in Student Models M Kuzmycz
522
Towards an Assessment of Skill Acquisition in Student Modelling K Yacef and L Alem
530
Theme Papers
537
Where is Al and how about Education? J Sandberg and J Andriessen
545
Posters
553
Multiple Agents for Multiple Representations A Assis J Santos and A Paiva
559
Orchestrating Collaboration in Collaborative Telelearning J Bourdeau and B Wasson
565
A Tool for Automatic Generation of Multimedia ICAI Systems W Chen R Lu W Zhang
571
Lessons from Expert Human Teachers G Cumming R Sussex
577
Use of Classification
583
Designing Effective Courseware Platform in World Wide Web with
589
The Self Explanation Supporting Environment by Visualization K Kanenishi
606
Adjusting Assistance to the ZPD R Luckin
621
Intelligent CAI System for Artistic Calligraphy Evaluation by Using NeuralFuzzy
634
Collaboration Supporting System in Learning Environment through Computer Network
647
A Method of Constituting an Educational System Based on Agent Model R Takaoka
660
Solving Puzzles by Means of a Robot Didactic Goals Implementation and Evaluation
668
Author Index
683

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