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An adaptive multi-agent based architecture for engineering education

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5 Author(s)
D. Jara-Roa ; Virtualization Department, Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja - UTPL, Loja, Ecuador ; P. Valdiviezo-Díaz ; M. Agila-Palacios ; C. Sarango-Lapo
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This paper proposes an agent-based adaptive Architecture to extend Moodle in order to support instructional decisions and adaptive behaviour in engineering education. The paper describes the characteristics, functions, and interactions of the agents which take part in each module of the adaptive architecture. In addition, we describe the origin and function of ToDei, the proposed intelligent agent for Instructional Decisions Making. This agent is in charge of collecting information generated by the rest of agents and deciding what is best for the final users, tutors and students, taking into account their attitudes towards the learning environment.

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IEEE EDUCON 2010 Conference

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14-16 April 2010