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Inducing High-Level Behaviors from Problem-Solving Traces Using Machine-Learning Tools

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4 Author(s)
Robinet, V. ; TIMC-IMAG Lab., La Tranche ; Bisson, G. ; Gordon, M.B. ; Lemaire, B.

Many researchers consider interactive learning environments to be interesting solutions for overcoming the limits of classical one-to-many teaching methods. However, these environments should incorporate accurate representations of student knowledge to provide relevant guidance. In a problem-solving environment, one way to build and update this student model is model tracing, or using a detailed representation of cognitive skills to precisely follow what the student is doing. Some model-tracing tutors such as PAT (Personal Algebra Tutor) contain rules that the system can use to solve the problem and assess the student's solution.

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Intelligent Systems, IEEE  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

July-Aug. 2007

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