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Intelligent Software Agents Mediating the Pair Participation in a Distributed Intelligent Pair-Software Development Environment

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Intelligent software agents have been becoming common in collaborative learning systems. In a previous study, this article's authors described the project and implementation of distributed intelligent pair-software development environment named AIDDES (in Portuguese: Ambiente Inteligente Distribuido de Desenvolvimento Emparelhado de software). In this system, software developers work side by side on the program project and coding forming a pairing session. To mediate the team member's participation, the system counts on the help of Intelligent Agents for Verifying the Relevance of Comments and Identifiers (Agents that parse comments and identifiers on the produced source-code, intervening whenever necessary questioning irrelevant comments and identifiers) and Intelligent agents of mediation (agents that evaluate the amount and relevance of forum and chat messages posted during a pairing session, intervening whenever necessary questioning the pair participation on the session's discussion topics).

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Computer Software and Applications, 2008. COMPSAC '08. 32nd Annual IEEE International

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July 28 2008-Aug. 1 2008