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Comprehension-Based Skill Acquisition

Stephanie M. Doane, Young Woo Sohn, Danielle S. McNamara, David Adams
2000 Cognitive Science  
A comprehension-based model of correct performance and errors in skilled, display-based, human-computer interaction. /nternational Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 43, 65-99 Lovett, M.  ...  Louis We present a comprehension-based computational model of UNIX user skill acquisition and performance in a training context (UNICOM).  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15516709cog2401_1 fatcat:xxmktubc7jaghbin4esrnwnlhy

A Comprehension-Based Model of Exploration

Muneo Kitajima, Peter G. Polson
1997 Human-Computer Interaction  
Keywords cognitive theory; display-based systems; exploration 1 LICAI is acronym for the LInked model of Comprehension-based Action planning and Instruction taking.  ...  This paper describes a comprehension-based model of how experienced Macintosh users learn a new application by doing a task presented as a series of exercises.  ...  We thank Walter Kintsch and Clayton Lewis for ideas, direction, and comments on earlier versions of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327051hci1204_3 fatcat:wran67y3hncd5pazgfmy7jlyia

A comprehension-based model of exploration

Muneo Kitajima, Peter G. Polson
1996 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems common ground - CHI '96  
Keywords cognitive theory; display-based systems; exploration 1 LICAI is acronym for the LInked model of Comprehension-based Action planning and Instruction taking.  ...  This paper describes a comprehension-based model of how experienced Macintosh users learn a new application by doing a task presented as a series of exercises.  ...  We thank Walter Kintsch and Clayton Lewis for ideas, direction, and comments on earlier versions of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/238386.238536 dblp:conf/chi/KitajimaP96 fatcat:g3om4hvvuvhdnmdngbc7pchnki

Page 3262 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 83, Issue 8 [page]

1996 Psychological Abstracts  
(National Inst of Bioscience & Human-Technology, Ibaraki, Japan) A comprehen- sion-based model of correct nce and errors in skilled, display-based, huma interaction.  ...  Interna- tional Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 1995(Jul), Vol 43(1), 65-99. —Describes a model of skilled use of an application with INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS a graphical user interface.  ... 

Web Delivery of Adaptive and Interactive Language Tutoring: Revisited

Trude Heift
2015 International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education  
also studies of learner-computer interactions or, computer-assisted language learning (CALL), more generally.  ...  We also discuss some of the core limitations of German Tutor that eventually resulted in E-Tutor, a modified and enhanced ILTS implemented in 2003 and further expanded in 2009.  ...  Most important is Chris Rolfe, who programmed most aspects of the current version of E-Tutor and performed the audio recordings.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40593-015-0061-0 fatcat:dzdy5lpkfffprh6esegl4df7cm

Progress towards Automated Human Factors Evaluation

Shi Cao
2015 Procedia Manufacturing  
Completed studies have modeled multitasking scenarios in a wide range of domains, including transportation, healthcare, and human-computer interaction.  ...  To address these issues, I develop computational human performance modeling techniques that can simulate users' interaction with machine systems.  ...  Modeling target shooting and arithmetic computation In a recent work, a QN-ACTR model was built to simulate human performance and workload in a dual-task of target shooting and arithmetic computation  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2015.07.414 fatcat:74s5jdfdpfb4rd7jpwlzaa23ty

An intelligent learning environment for advanced cardiac life support

C R Eliot, K A Williams, B P Woolf
1996 Proceedings : a conference of the American Medical Informatics Association. AMIA Fall Symposium  
Sophisticated reasoning about student performance, compared to an expert model, distinguishes this system from other computerized instruction systems.  ...  A formative evaluation with two classes of fourth year medical students suggested that the tutor was helpful, realistic and effective.  ...  Because actions were compared to a richly structured description of the system's model of expert performance, the tutor could detect partial errors, e.g., giving the correct medicine in an incorrect dose  ... 
pmid:8947617 pmcid:PMC2232984 fatcat:tcv4gnqzl5d2jokgzd3bfla4gi

The Research on Adaptive Operational Interface for Vehicle Equipments Based on Cognitive Experiments

Qing Xue, Jiping Lu, Minxia Liu, Lin Gong
2015 Procedia Manufacturing  
On the basis of concept model of adaptive operational interface, this paper present a user model first, which includes profile model, mental model and behavior mode, then analysis the relationship between  ...  information display and user's reaction by series of cognitive tests, such as the influence of text rendering on the reaction time and accuracy .Finally discuss the detail elements and key technologies  ...  Acknowledgements Thanks very much for those students taking part in the experiments and sharing their feeling with us.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2015.07.673 fatcat:3zpv5cdwijfdbe7dvaanxbjhay

A study on an applied behavior analysis-based robot-mediated listening comprehension intervention for ASD

Wing-Yue Geoffrey Louie, Jessica Korneder, Ibrahim Abbas, Cristyn Pawluk
2020 Paladyn: Journal of Behavioral Robotics  
The interventions were delivered in place of human therapists to teach study participants a new skill as a part of their overall treatment plan.  ...  In this work, we present a study that investigates the efficacy of applying well-known ABA techniques to a robot-mediated listening comprehension intervention delivered to children with ASD at a university-based  ...  The authors thank Foong Ling Chen, Rachel Prescott, Julie Kopp, and Rachel Lai, and all the staff at the Oakland University Applied Behavior Analysis clinic for their help with the research.  ... 
doi:10.1515/pjbr-2021-0005 fatcat:fmzzlgtyfvbfrhz44fcekq4sry

Behavioral Aspects of Text Editors

David W. Embley, George Nagy
1981 ACM Computing Surveys  
Theoretical models and experimental results relevant to the study of behavioral issues in the use of text editors--including both those intended primarily for computer program development and those intended  ...  Models can predict editing task time in terms of elementary activities, in an error-free environment, to an accuracy comparable to the variability between subjects.  ...  Table 1 is adapted from "The Keystroke-Level Model for User Performance Time with Interactive Systems," by S. K. Card, T. P. Moran, and A. Newell, in Commun. ACM23, 7 (July 1980).  ... 
doi:10.1145/356835.356838 fatcat:ib5w46bkknhahgaemyhky7wxaa

Thinking processes used by high-performing students in a computer programming task

Marietjie Havenga, R De Villiers, E Mentz
2011 The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa  
Based on the thinking processes of high performers, we propose a model of integrated thinking processes, which can support computer programming students.Keywords: Computer programming, education, mixed  ...  It outlines the role of mental processes in the process of programming and indicates how successful thinking processes can support computer science students in writing correct and well-defined programs  ...  Based on the findings, we propose a model of integrated thinking processes to support problem solving in complex tasks.  ... 
doi:10.4102/td.v7i1.252 fatcat:3nfesr5hsfci7obreexo2ejgxu

Bayesian Knowledge Tracing for Navigation through Marzano's Taxonomy

Francisco Cervantes-Pérez, Joaquin Navarro-Perales, Ana L. Franzoni-Velázquez, Luis Valentín
2021 International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence  
In this paper we propose a theoretical model of an ITS (Intelligent Tutoring Systems) capable of improving and updating computer-aided navigation based on Bloom's taxonomy.  ...  One level of Marzano's taxonomy was left in the hands of the human teacher, clarifying that a differentiation must be made between the tasks in which an ITS can be an important aid and in which it would  ...  Clearly delimiting the role of the intelligent tutor system and the human teacher based on a learning model, as in this case, will make it clear that the human teacher is not substitutable and that these  ... 
doi:10.9781/ijimai.2021.05.006 fatcat:sknhqcaitjhnxbous5cdpej76y

Design and Implementation of High-Skilled Talent Information Management System Based on Multisensor Information Fusion

Shui Liu, Mu Zhou
2021 Journal of Sensors  
This paper combines the BP multisensor information fusion algorithm to screen and process the data and designs a multisensor information fusion-based competency evaluation model for highly skilled talents  ...  The traditional management model in the past cannot meet the needs of the continuous development of enterprises.  ...  caused by human error.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/3812145 fatcat:iejfrey3vvcc3fokfq7ujo6ply

Design of an Intelligent Support System for English Writing Based on Rule Matching and Probability Statistics

Sa Wang, Hui Xu
2018 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
In view of the lack of intelligent guidance in online teaching of English composition, this paper proposes an intelligent support system for English writing based on B/S mode.  ...  On the basis of vocabulary, grammar rules and other corpus, this system uses Natural Language Processing technology, which combines rule matching and probability statistics, to evaluate and optimize the  ...  Since the birth of the computer, human and computer interaction can only be achieved by programming language code, such as the use of basic, C, lisp and other computer programming languages.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v13i11.9608 fatcat:ufmokj2lmfav7aohaixgkyl6f4

Online Aiding for Human-Computer Interfaces [chapter]

Jay Elkerton
1988 Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction  
For example, the GOMS and Keystroke models of Card, et al. (1983) were developed based on skilled and error-free performance.  ...  ® To remedy these problems, a task-analytic approach for research and development of aiding interfaces was described based on the existing GOMS model of human-computer interaction (Card, et al., 1983  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-444-70536-5.50021-x fatcat:w5jgj3bpt5anvoiw7nl4ooy67y
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