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In this paper, we propose a webbased intelligent tutoring strategy construction system, which is able to elicit, analyze, and integrate tutoring knowledge from multiple educators systematically. ... According to the experimental results, it can be inferred that for most cases, our approach achieves desirable performances. ... It consists of an intelligent interviewing unit, a fuzzy reasoning interface, a knowledge analysis unit, a tutoring strategy negotiation unit, a knowledge base generator, and a JAVA-based network interface ...doi:10.1109/tsmcc.2002.804451 fatcat:sjh44sdjvbg2bkuveg2wbf62pq
The second goal is used a multi-intelligent agent architecture for knowledge extraction to elicit knowledge from its resources (domain experts, text documents, databases) for automatic construction of ... The first goal is used an expert system tool (shell) which is called Diagnosis Domain Tool for Rule-based Expert System (DDTRES)  . ... Kamaljit Singh in Kamal Medicare Clinic for their role in the system evaluation and knowledge acquisition processes. ...doi:10.5815/ijisa.2016.09.08 fatcat:3xnilkg6f5bw7pyrw6r3amdb2e
In this paper, we report on ACM JavaChallenge 2012, that is an artificial intelligence programming contest. we elicit requirements on a contest with a goal-oriented requirements analysis and extend the ... Although our previous work helps to hold artificial intelligence programming contests, its effectiveness is limited owing to an insufficient requirement analysis and uses of an unrefined design pattern ... In particular, an artificial intelligence (AI) programming contest related to game software can interest various participants who are interested in programming, games and just competition. ...doi:10.1109/gas.2013.6632587 dblp:conf/icse/SakamotoHSWF13 fatcat:e3xdxurto5aw5gc3wytwg7voli
Expert Systems for Human, Materials and Automation
The expert system was also used in the development of intelligent adaptive interfaces for a data mining tool, aiming to provide friendly and appropriate user interfaces to the person using the tool. ... It also allows eliciting a series of guidelines for evaluating already implemented interfaces. GuideExpert was evaluated in three Brazilian universities. ... An example of an elicitation screen is given in Fig. 3 . 3. ...doi:10.5772/18287 fatcat:6md6tnz63fgd3otki7njryblzi
The main contribution is a general methodology for intelligent interfaces de®nition that can adapt themselves in an on-line fashion and without any a priori information of their interaction with the user ... We present a direct application of these computational properties to the development of a certain kind of intelligent user interface. ... A number of commercial interfaces now have somè intelligence', such as automated format control in Microsoft Word w . Most of these interfaces are implemented using rule-based simple expert systems. ...doi:10.1016/s0954-1810(00)00023-6 fatcat:4nnrlfh6brftbatyg3izpmwj5y
Using 5 male Ss (aged 24-48 yrs), a series of experiments was conducted to design a standard rule set to be used as a template for all other rule sets. Ss read out 3327 ... Using the toolkit to create an interface to a speech knowledge system is discussed. ...
INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS Artificial Intelligence & Expert Systems Serials 27473. Chao, Chin-Jung & Salvendy, Gavriel. ... Prominent application domains in which produc- tion rule systems can be applied include automated map genera- tion; automated device routines for extracting, sorting, and de- scribing data and object structure ...
In this paper we illustrate these basic learning interactions between an expert and an intelligent agent in the context of teaching the agent for military training simulations. ... We have developed a novel approach, called Disciple, for building intelligent agents that relies on an interactive tutoring paradigm, rather than the traditional knowledge engineering paradigm. ... assistance with the ModSAF simulation, Vassillis Moustakis, Eric Bloedorn and the anonymous reviewers for their very useful comments on an earlier draft of this paper. ...doi:10.1080/10447319609526152 fatcat:mlagfy7i2natnakjmvfzhq7wp4
The system is composed of a user interface, a knowledge-base, an inference engine, and a stored-knowledge based system interface including an intelligent agent that assists in the knowledge acquisition ... Expert systems use human knowledge often stored as rules within the computer to solve problems that generally would entail human intelligence. ... The expert system designed for stored-knowledge based system incorporated a user interface, a knowledge-base, an inference engine, and a stored-knowledge based system interface including an intelligent ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.4451859 fatcat:tjhrzgbcxrdubees72nfar6u7y
Raison d'Etre: Embodying design history and rationale in hypermedia folklore-An experiment in reflective design practice. ... Querying the database of video clips is performed via an iconic query interface • Expert system compile-and run-time environment that allows rules to access objects in any Smalltalk application in addition ... System for Smalltalk programming, including multi-modal demonstrations for help-bitmap animations and "interface animation" (animation of interface widgets-mouse, buttons, menus, etc. ...doi:10.1080/01449299508914627 fatcat:brvtotorzjecbn26mpi6gn5fre
A scoring rule is a device for eliciting and assessing probabilistic forecasts from an agent. ... When dealing with continuous outcome spaces, and absent any prior insights into the structure of the agent's beliefs, the rule should allow for a flexible reporting interface that can accurately represent ... Introduction A scoring rule is a device for eliciting and assessing probabilistic forecasts from an agent. ...doi:10.1609/aaai.v29i1.9696 fatcat:kk3ijtrkqza4vnqjmei3ore6qa
This paper presents the requirements engineering process for the Uganda Police Force Crime Records Management System. ... The requirements engineering process involved definition of the system context and goals, requirements elicitation, analysis and specification. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors are grateful to the Uganda Police Force team for the domain knowledge contribution during the requirements engineering process. ...doi:10.1109/re.2013.6636734 dblp:conf/re/MuyanjaMNTKN13 fatcat:5hyzjlusvjdvvk2zdvzdkt7vka
From an artistic perspective, the rules used to define the agent behavior provide a simple but original composition language. ... Rather than explicitly coding symbolic intelligence into the system using procedural algorithms, BeatBender uses a behavior-based model to elicit emergent rhythmic output from six autonomous agents. ... Complex behavior can be elicited using simple behavior-based rules. ...doi:10.1145/1501750.1501762 dblp:conf/ACMace/LevisohnP08 fatcat:hv45q3uqafgazizs7jr2mbegju
Advances in Expert Systems
The choice of which method is suitable for the development of an intelligent system is essential, given the complexity of systems in the field of artificial intelligence (AI). ... interfaces; • Definition of the main goal or purpose: create an ontology to guide the search for guidelines (recommendations) of project interface; • Definition of informations about the ones that should ...doi:10.5772/51455 fatcat:d6vdhppi6rhnfnqlnokgnub7le
We motivate the knowledge-driven template-based approach adopted in LEARNER2, a second generation proactive acquisition interface for eliciting such knowledge. ... We distill lessons in design of intelligent user interfaces which collect such broad-coverage knowledge from untrained volunteers. ... An alternate approach we are investigating is to create reposito-ries of this kind by eliciting the knowledge from a large number volunteers  ,  ,  . ...doi:10.1145/1040830.1040910 dblp:conf/iui/Chklovski05 fatcat:egpoka25wvchxnfbae3i2lhvbi
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