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Intelligent virtual systems in learning [and biomedical application]

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Spasic, V.A. ; Center for Multidisciplinary Studies, Belgrade Univ., Serbia

Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) successfully merges with many new fields of research. One is the field of artificial intelligence which strongly supports development of Intelligent CAL (ICAL). We have developed our approach to intelligent tutoring implemented as ICAL. The approach can be described as intelligent computerized speaking tutor that supports learning based on experiments with virtual dynamic systems. The approach is suitable for learning the behavior of any dynamic system, especially in the field of complex, live, biomedical systems. We are now implementing this approach in the field of biomedicine. Two important systems are our virtual system GLUCOMAT-homeostatic glucose regulation in human, and ECOLOG-population growth in natural ecosystem

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Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2000. Proceedings of the 22nd Annual International Conference of the IEEE  (Volume:2 )

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