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Research in Computing Science
The tutor exhibits personality traits and emotions in the tutor dialogue in order to create an immersion sense in the student and thus catch his attention on the game. ... In this paper, we present an educational software used to enhance the skills of children in the area of math. This software has a tutor who guides the child in different activities. ... To control the agent's behavior, conversational markers were incorporated into standard AIML tags to specify parameters for nonverbal inputs and outputs. ...doi:10.13053/rcs-56-1-2 fatcat:4jvgrkytpbgczox5ndpgyiolnu
Cognitive Modeling To provide such an explanatory capability, the simulation system built into ‘the tutor incorporates a qualitative, causal model for reasoning about the behavior of electrical circuits ... In the next section we will describe a tutoring system that incorporates many of these instructional features. ...
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Central in this research is the influence of emotional and social features on the selection and realization of conversational behavior. ... In this paper we present our current work on an embodied conversational agent for training medical bad news conversations and discuss the inspiration gained from previous work of our own and others. ... This research has been supported by the GATE project, funded by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) and the Netherlands ICT Research and Innovation Authority (ICT Regie). ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-11198-3_7 fatcat:wmkovjkiafhcjomdido6xmvewa
As part of the implementation, we integrated pre-existing components from the Cognitive Tutor Algebra (CTA) with custom-built components. ... There is evidence suggesting that providing adaptive assistance to collaborative interactions might be a good way of improving the effectiveness of collaborative activities. ... Thanks to Jonathan Steinhart, Dale Walters, and Steve Ritter for their support concerning the use of the Carnegie Learning Cognitive Tutor Algebra code, and to Ido Jamar, Kathy Dickensheets, and the teachers ...doi:10.1007/s11257-009-9069-1 fatcat:j2h7o3eipvbx5pc2dzldmb62be
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We then take first steps to describe the necessary characteristics of a user model we envisage being utilised by an affective metacognitive modelling service and make some suggestion for the source, form ... As User Modelling moves away from a tightly integrated adjunct of adaptive systems and into User Modelling Services provision, it is important to consider what facets or characteristics of a user might ... The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement No. ICT 257831 (ImREAL project). ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-28509-7_6 fatcat:eyvzudssajam7ikjmcqcwofkqm
while using the Cognitive Tutor. ... We present details of a large, novel dataset that includes both Carnegie Learning Cognitive Tutor interaction data and various data related to learner interactions with human tutors via an online chat ... tutoring interaction that are associated with improved performance in the CT. ...dblp:conf/edm/FancsaliRBYRM16 fatcat:erngyorecjgl7hswi3hdrkveau
GEMA Online® Journal of Language Studies
The results bring new insights regarding the use of L1 translation in tutor and tutee interaction by highlighting the usefulness of L1 translation as scaffolding for language learners, particularly when ... The analysis reveals that L1 translation not only helps the tutees clarify their intended meaning in their texts, but also serves as a successful tool for cognitively scaffolding tutee learning-in the ... The amount of tutor feedback incorporated into revisions also differed between Ms. Han's and Ms. Lee's tutees. In the case of Ms. ...doi:10.17576/gema-2017-1702-02 fatcat:nxsrc2syy5a4ncmfem2ru7vt24
Examples of each type are provided. The workshop then covers COGNET as a cognitive-agent architecture based on cognitive theory. ... The workshop begins with an examination of three major uses for cognitive agents: • Intelligent training and tutoring -specifically, the use of cognitive agents to provide: o embedded models of the student ...dblp:conf/iccm/ZacharyS04 fatcat:w7nhmwkjoba3rdgtry6zel3eyy
K E Y W O R D S : animated conversational agents, cognitive science, computational linguistics, speech acts, tutoring A RT I C L E 59 Discourse Studies ... A B S T R A C T Most areas of the cognitive and social sciences assume that knowledge representations are constructed and used during communication and that much of is content is social. ... Many of these discourse patterns were eventually incorporated into AutoTutor, the computer system that simulates tutorial dialogue. ...doi:10.1177/1461445606059555 fatcat:x5klvswxsjh4lmsxldawgm7vhy
This paper concludes with some of the author's views regarding future work in the field of intelligent tutoring systems. ... This paper is a literature review that provides the following: First, a review of the history of ITS along with a discussion on the interface between human learning and computer tutors and how effective ... The knowledge can be separated into elements with evaluations of mastery incorporated into the student model. ...arXiv:1812.09628v1 fatcat:ww7ar4uqxfdihkbcoskuiyidzi
This paper concludes with some of the author's views regarding future work in the field of intelligent tutoring systems. General Terms ... This paper is a literature review that provides the following: First, a review of the history of ITS along with a discussion on the interface between human learning and computer tutors and how effective ... The knowledge can be separated into elements with evaluations of mastery incorporated into the student model. ...doi:10.5120/ijca2019918451 fatcat:4dttig4gpjfzheipizywfkleji
We investigated the viability of these ideas using data collected in a classroom evaluation of an ACLS system for peer tutoring which incorporated the design ideas in a manner that provided cognitive support ... to peer tutors. ... This research is supported by the Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center, National Science Foundation Grant #0354420. Thanks to Amy Ogan, Dejana Diziol, Turadg Aleahmad, and Carolyn Rose. ...dblp:conf/cscl/WalkerRK09 fatcat:danpbunvynb6djqk6kr3phqype
Anderson has also made fundamental contributions in applying cognitive architectures to practical problems, most notably in the development of intelligent tutoring systems: computer-based tutors that continually ... infer the cognitive state of the student, striving to determine what the student knows and does not know, and targeting further instruction accordingly. ... Anderson and his colleagues incorporated the ACT theory into such a system, and in subsequent studies of the system in local and then national school districts, showed that intelligent tutors can significantly ...doi:10.1016/j.jfranklin.2012.06.013 fatcat:7n7nkut3wbgmlj2nico4c7k57u
We review experiments with Cognitive Tutors that have compared different forms of interactivity and we reinterpret their results as partial answers to the general question: How should learning environments ... Cognitive Tutors are a type of intelligent tutor based on cognitive psychology theory of problem solving and learning. ... This effort was not the first to incorporate examples in Cognitive Tutors as the original LISP tutor had hypercard declarative instruction and examples interspersed with problem-solving practice in the ...doi:10.1007/s10648-007-9049-0 fatcat:2smamx25ije7vpkysql57uoixi
One of the most effective ways of facilitating learning is to incorporate different learning styles into the tutoring module of the ITS. ... by example, and the buddy-study system. ...
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