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Intelligent Tutoring Systems : Second International Conference, Its '92, Montreal, Canada, June 10-12, 1992. Proceedings - Claude Frasson

Intelligent Tutoring Systems

Second International Conference, Its '92, Montreal, Canada, June 10-12, 1992. Proceedings

By: Claude Frasson (Editor), Gilles Gauthier (Editor), Gordon I. McCalla (Editor)

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The international conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems ITS-92 held in Montreal in June 1992 is the second in the series, following the success of ITS-88 held in Montrel in 1988. This proceedings volume contains 72 papers selected by the ITS-92 program committee from 160 papers submitted. They are preceded by six invited lectures from renowned speakers. Each paper was reviewed by at least three referees. The papers cover a wide range of subjects including: learning environments, architecture for ITS, kinowldge representation in ITS, cognitive models, help and advising systems, formal models, empirical studies, student modeling, teaching and learning strategies, software tools for tutoring, design issues, alternatives to one-on-one tutoring, and real world applications.

Intelligent Tutoring and High School Mathematicsp. 1
Generality Watching: ITS Caught Between Science and Engineeringp. 11
Guidon-Manage Revisited: A Socio-Technical Systems Approachp. 21
Programming Environments for Novicesp. 37
Granularity and Context in Learningp. 38
Going from Intelligent Tutors to Tools for Learningp. 39
Assisted Mathematics: The Case of Discrete Probabilitiesp. 40
Learning Recursion Through the Use of a Mental Model-Based Programming Environmentp. 50
STUDIA: un systeme tutoriel intelligent cooperatif fonde sur la negociation et sur un modele dynamique de dialoguep. 58
An Iconic Intention-Driven ITS Environmentp. 66
Providing Problem Explanation for ITSp. 76
The Fawlty Article Tutorp. 84
Towards an Epistemology for Guided Discovery Tutoring: The Popperian Connectionp. 92
Making Process Visible: Scaffolding Learning with Reasoning-Congruent Representationsp. 103
Winch Simulation: Multiple, Linked Representations of Linear Functionsp. 111
A Learning Environment Based on Multiple Qualitative Modelsp. 116
EXPITS: An Experimental Environment on ITSp. 124
Intelligent Tutoring System for Symbolic Calculationp. 132
Curriculum Tree: A Knowledge-Based Architecture for Intelligent Tutoring Systemsp. 140
L'assistance a l'usager dans DIGITEF: un mecanisme reutilisablep. 148
Resolution par analogie de problemes geometriques dans une perspective tutoriellep. 156
A Pedagogical Design and Architecture for Intelligent Tutoring and Aiding in Supervisory Control of Complex Systemsp. 164
Une architecture multiagentp. 172
From Elementary Knowledge Schemes Towards Heuristic Expertise - Designing an ITS in the Field of Parallel Programmingp. 183
Answering Student Queries: Functionality and Mechanismsp. 191
Instruction as Reasoning About Multiple Objectivesp. 199
Representation des connaissances dans un generateur de systemes d'E.I.A.O.p. 209
Knowledge Representation for an Intelligent Tutoring System Based on a Multilevel Causal Modelp. 217
Knowledge Base Compilation and the Language Design Gamep. 225
Instructional Expertisep. 234
COGNITIO: An Extended Computational Theory of Cognitionp. 244
Apport du style linguistique a la modelisation cognitive d'un elevep. 252
A Cognitive Framework for Second Language Error Diagnosisp. 260
Evaluation of Feature Based Modelling in Subtractionp. 269
Une modelisation de l'architecture cognitive d'un etudiant pour un systeme tutoriel intelligentp. 277
Bootstrapping Mental Constructions: A Learning System About Negative Numbersp. 286
Towards the Theory-Guided Design of Help Systems for Programming and Modelling Tasksp. 294
A New Architecture for Intelligent Help Systemsp. 302
The UNIX Tutorp. 317
Tuteurs intelligents et intelligence artificielle: problemes poses en construction de figures geometriquesp. 325
Generation d'exercices en algebre, premieres approches dans le cadre du projet APLUSIXp. 335
ADAPT: Automated Debugging in an Adaptive Prolog Tutorp. 343
Reference Network: A Genetic Model for Intelligent Tutoring Systemsp. 351
Form, Frequency, Markedness and Strategies in Second Language Performance Modellingp. 360
Why Should an ITS Bother with Students' Explanations?p. 372
Student Strategies for Learning Programming from a Computational Environmentp. 382
An Intelligent Language Tutoring System for Handling Errors Caused by Transferp. 395
The Application of Cognitive Diagnosis to the Quantitative Analysis of Simple Electrical Circuitsp. 405
Student Modeling and Mastery Learning in a Computer-Based Programming Tutorp. 413
Application de la methodologie du tracage de modele a un environnement d'apprentissage utilisant une strategie pedagogique non directivep. 421
Prediction du niveau d'acquisition des connaissances dans la modelisation de l'etudiantp. 435
Instructional Planning Using Focus of Attentionp. 443
To Contradict is Human - Student Modeling of Inconsistencyp. 451
Mise en oeuvre d'un modele de l'apprenant generique dans le systeme EDDIp. 459
Student Model Diagnosis for Adaptive Instruction in ITSp. 467
A Systemic Approach for Student Modeling in a Multi-Agent Aided Learning Environmentp. 475
Diagnostic cognitif de l'apprenant par apprentissage symboliquep. 483
Probabilistic Student Models: Bayesian Belief Networks and Knowledge Space Theoryp. 491
A Framework for Intelligent Knowledge Sequencing and Task Sequencingp. 499
The Use of Pedagogic Misrepresentation in Tutorial Dialoguep. 507
Planification pedagogique: de l'expertise humaine a sa modelisation dans un STIp. 515
COCA: A Shell for Intelligent Tutoring Systemsp. 523
Enhancing the Instructional Capabilities of Intelligent Tutoring Systemsp. 531
Measuring Learning Strategies and Understanding: A Research Frameworkp. 539
From Testing to Training: Evaluating Automated Diagnosis in Statistics and Algebrap. 559
Detecting and Reacting to the Learner's Motivational Statep. 567
Automated Generation of Examples for a Tutorial in Case-Based Argumentationp. 575
The Advantages of Data Flow Diagrams for Beginning Programmingp. 585
Tools for Teacher Participation in ITS Designp. 593
Explanation in Expert System Shells: A Tool for Exploration and Learningp. 601
Intelligent Tutoring with Dumb Softwarep. 615
Using Expert Tutor Knowledge to Design a Self-Improving Intelligent Tutoring Systemp. 625
Modeling Expertise for Educational Purposesp. 633
Distributed Learning Companion System: WEST Revisitedp. 643
People Power: A Human-Computer Collaborative Learning Systemp. 651
User Modeling and Architecture in Industrial ITSsp. 661
CHEMPROF: The Chemical Literacy Problemp. 669
The Grace Tutor: A Qualified Successp. 677
Author Indexp. 685
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ISBN: 9783540556060
ISBN-10: 3540556060
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English , French
Number Of Pages: 694
Published: 27th May 1992
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 3.61
Weight (kg): 0.98