Mathematical Intelligent Learning Environments
Hyacinth Sama Nwana
Intellect Books, 1993 - Computers - 272 pages
The Mathematical Intelligent Educational Environments considered here provide methods on how ILE systems are developed. The book looks at the most recent developments in Intelligent Learning Environments for the domain, and groups together the most recent work.
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Building the expert module for ITSs
SOME TECHNIQUES FOR BUILDING
Student modelling using
ATTILIO COLAGROSSI Dipartimento di Informatica
FROM NATURAL LANGUAGE
An experimental instructional
The TAPS System
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