By Roger Nkambou, Riichiro Mizoguchi, Jacqueline Bourdeau
The proposal for this publication on clever Tutoring structures (ITS) was once sparked via the good fortune of the ITS’08 overseas convention. The variety of displays and their caliber bore witness to the energy and adulthood of the sphere, and the keenness of the members held out a promise of sustainability and leading edge learn. lengthy existence to ITS learn! The booklet is split into 5 elements. The introductory chapters to those components, which summarize foundations, advancements, strengths and weaknesses in all of the parts coated, are addressed to all readers. if you happen to wish extra in-depth wisdom, we supply the ground to researchers who current their paintings, their effects, and their view of what the long run holds. it's our desire that each one readers will locate the e-book informative and thought-provoking.
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The goal of this chapter is to provide a brief overview of the means available for developing the expert module of ITSs. First, we present the epistemological perspective by addressing its importance in the domain knowledge modeling process for the purposes of learning. Next, we explore various languages that are available to represent knowledge and are frequently used to develop domain models for ITSs. We focus on the expressiveness, inferential power and cognitive plausibility of these formalisms and provide examples of the ITSs in which they have been used.
Advances in Intelligent Tutoring Systems by Roger Nkambou, Riichiro Mizoguchi, Jacqueline Bourdeau