New Directions for Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on New Directions for Intelligent Tutoring Systems, held in Sintra, Portugal, 6–10 October, 1990

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Ernesto Costa
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 6, 2012 - Computers - 296 pages
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This book is a result of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on New Directions for Intelligent Tutoring Systems, held in Sintra, Portugal, October 6-10, 1990. The main idea behind the workshop was to bring together scientists with different concerns about Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) in order to discuss the positive and negative aspects of the current architecture paradigm (expert module, student module, instructional module, and interface module) and, eventually, propose some modifications or radical changes to it. This was a consequence of the increasing malaise felt currently by researchers in the area of artificial intelligence and education and in particular by those concerned with ITS. One symptom of this state of affairs is the fact that people have started talking about Intelligent Learning Environ ments (lLE) instead of ITS. To understand the reasons for this situation we promoted the discussion of questions like: - To what extent do we need the technology of expert systems in ITS? Which other relevant AI techniques and methodologies are urgently needed? - Is ITS a tool for knowledge communication or is it rather a belief system? - How can the research already done on interactions among agents be utilized? - Is it possible to find a fonnal theory to describe and solve the current problems with ITS? The book contains the revised versions of the papers presented at the workshop. The new texts reflect the discussions that took place at the meeting.
 

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Contents

New Perspectives on Cognition and Instructional Technology
3
Belief Systems
4
A Modular Architecture and Language for Modelling
28
Whats in an ITS? A Functional Decomposition
57
Student Modelling
71
Machine Learning ExplanationBased Learning and Intelligent Tutoring Systems
91
Ernesto Costa Paulo Urbano
107
Student Models ScratchPads and Simulation
135
A Belief Revision Model of Repair Sequences in Dialogue 183
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A Structure for Epistemic States
198
Building an Intelligent Second Language Tutoring System
213
Negotiating Goals in Intelligent Tutoring Dialogues
229
Integration of Knowledge in MultiAgent Environments
256
Facing Hard Problems in MultiAgent Interactions
276
List of Contributors
289
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Which Role for the Teacher?
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