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Distance learning systems play an important role in education, enabling students studying on their own to access a variety of Web-based learning materials via the campus network. However, such systems also present some problems, being potentially dull and unhelpful, because the learning materials are the same for every student. Customizing learning materials for individual students is not a cost-efficient way to overcome this situation, owing to the large volume of materials it would require in addition to teacher time. We describe how to resolve this issue using dynamically automate personalized learning materials that leverage XML and XSLT technologies. We describe the implementation methods for our e-math interaction agent distance learning system, which dynamically automates personalized Web-based interactive materials.