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Klappentext

Welcome to the proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems! In keeping with the rich tradition of the ITS conferences, ITS 2004 brought together an exciting mix of researchers from all areas of - telligent tutoring systems. A leading international forum for the dissemination of original results in the design, implementation, and evaluation of ITSs, the conference drew researchers from a broad spectrum of disciplines ranging from arti?cial intelligence and cognitive science to pedagogy and educational psych- ogy. Beginning with the ?rst ITS conference in 1988, the gathering has developed a reputation as an outstanding venue for AI-based learning environments. F- lowing on the great success of the ?rst meeting, subsequent conferences have been held in 1992, 1996, 1998, 2000, and 2002. The conference has consistently created a vibrant convocation of scientists, developers, and practitioners from all areas of the ?eld. Re?ecting the growing international involvement in the ?eld, ITS 2004 was hosted in Brazil. The previous conferences were convened in Canada, the USA, and Europe. We are grateful to the Brazilian ITS community for organizing the ?rst ITS conference in Latin America-in Macei o, Alagoas. With its coconut palm-lined beaches and warm, crystal-clear waters, Macei o, the capital city of thestateofAlagoas,is?ttinglyknownas"TheWaterParadise."Theconference was held at the Ritz Lagoa da Anta Hotel, which is by Lagoa da Anta Beach and close to many of the city's beautiful sights.



Zusammenfassung
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems, ITS 2004, held in Maceió, Alagoas, Brazil in August/September 2004. The 73 revised full papers and 39 poster papers presented together with abstracts of invited talks, panels, and workshops were carefully reviewed and selected from over 180 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on adaptive testing, affect, architectures for ITS, authoring systems, cognitive modeling, collaborative learning, natural language dialogue and discourse, evaluation, machine learning in ITS, pedagogical agents, student modeling, and teaching and learning strategies.

Inhalt
Adaptive Testing.- A Learning Environment for English for Academic Purposes Based on Adaptive Tests and Task-Based Systems.- A Model for Student Knowledge Diagnosis Through Adaptive Testing.- A Computer-Adaptive Test That Facilitates the Modification of Previously Entered Responses: An Empirical Study.- Affect.- An Autonomy-Oriented System Design for Enhancement of Learner's Motivation in E-learning.- Inducing Optimal Emotional State for Learning in Intelligent Tutoring Systems.- Evaluating a Probabilistic Model of Student Affect.- Politeness in Tutoring Dialogs: Run the Factory, That's What I'd Do.- Providing Cognitive and Affective Scaffolding Through Teaching Strategies: Applying Linguistic Politeness to the Educational Context.- Architectures for ITS.- Knowledge Representation Requirements for Intelligent Tutoring Systems.- Coherence Compilation: Applying AIED Techniques to the Reuse of Educational TV Resources.- The Knowledge Like the Object of Interaction in an Orthopaedic Surgery-Learning Environment.- Towards Qualitative Accreditation with Cognitive Agents.- Integrating Intelligent Agents, User Models, and Automatic Content Categorization in a Virtual Environment.- Authoring Systems.- EASE: Evolutional Authoring Support Environment.- Selecting Theories in an Ontology-Based ITS Authoring Environment.- Opening the Door to Non-programmers: Authoring Intelligent Tutor Behavior by Demonstration.- Acquisition of the Domain Structure from Document Indexes Using Heuristic Reasoning.- Role-Based Specification of the Behaviour of an Agent for the Interactive Resolution of Mathematical Problems.- Lessons Learned from Authoring for Inquiry Learning: A Tale of Authoring Tool Evolution.- The Role of Domain Ontology in Knowledge Acquisition for ITSs.- Combining Heuristics and Formal Methods in a Tool for Supporting Simulation-Based Discovery Learning.- Cognitive Modeling.- Toward Tutoring Help Seeking.- Why Are Algebra Word Problems Difficult? Using Tutorial Log Files and the Power Law of Learning to Select the Best Fitting Cognitive Model.- Towards Shared Understanding of Metacognitive Skill and Facilitating Its Development.- Collaborative Learning.- Analyzing Discourse Structure to Coordinate Educational Forums.- Intellectual Reputation to Find an Appropriate Person for a Role in Creation and Inheritance of Organizational Intellect.- Learners' Roles and Predictable Educational Benefits in Collaborative Learning.- Redefining the Turn-Taking Notion in Mediated Communication of Virtual Learning Communities.- Harnessing P2P Power in the Classroom.- Analyzing On-Line Collaborative Dialogues: The OXEnTCHÊChat.- Natural Language Dialogue and Discourse.- A Tool for Supporting Progressive Refinement of Wizard-of-Oz Experiments in Natural Language.- Tactical Language Training System: An Interim Report.- Combining Competing Language Understanding Approaches in an Intelligent Tutoring System.- Evaluating Dialogue Schemata with the Wizard of Oz Computer-Assisted Algebra Tutor.- Spoken Versus Typed Human and Computer Dialogue Tutoring.- Linguistic Markers to Improve the Assessment of Students in Mathematics: An Exploratory Study.- Advantages of Spoken Language Interaction in Dialogue-Based Intelligent Tutoring Systems.- CycleTalk: Toward a Dialogue Agent That Guides Design with an Articulate Simulator.- DReSDeN: Towards a Trainable Tutorial Dialogue Manager to Support Negotiation Dialogues for Learning and Reflection.- Combining Computational Models of Short Essay Grading for Conceptual Physics Problems.- From Human to Automatic Summary Evaluation.- Evaluation.- Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Tutorial Dialogue System for Self-Explanation.- Student Question-Asking Patterns in an Intelligent Algebra Tutor.- Web-Based Intelligent Multimedia Tutoring for High Stakes Achievement Tests.- Can Automated Questions Scaffold Children's Reading Comprehension?.- Web-Based Evaluations Showing Differential Learning for Tutorial Strategies Employed by the Ms. Lindquist Tutor.- The Impact of Why/AutoTutor on Learning and Retention of Conceptual Physics.- ITS Evaluation in Classroom: The Case of Ambre-AWP.- Implicit Versus Explicit Learning of Strategies in a Non-procedural Cognitive Skill.- Machine Learning in ITS.- Detecting Student Misuse of Intelligent Tutoring Systems.- Applying Machine Learning Techniques to Rule Generation in Intelligent Tutoring Systems.- A Category-Based Self-Improving Planning Module.- AgentX: Using Reinforcement Learning to Improve the Effectiveness of Intelligent Tutoring Systems.- An Intelligent Tutoring System Based on Self-Organizing Maps Design, Implementation and Evaluation.- Modeling the Development of Problem Solving Skills in Chemistry with a Web-Based Tutor.- Pedagogical Agents.- Pedagogical Agent Design: The Impact of Agent Realism, Gender, Ethnicity, and Instructional Role.- Designing Empathic Agents: Adults Versus Kids.- RMT: A Dialog-Based Research Methods Tutor With or Without a Head.- Student Modeling.- Using Knowledge Tracing to Measure Student Reading Proficiencies.- The Massive User Modelling System (MUMS).- An Open Learner Model for Children and Teachers: Inspecting Knowledge Level of Individuals and Peers.- Scaffolding Self-Explanation to Improve Learning in Exploratory Learning Environments..- Metacognition in Interactive Learning Environments: The Reflection Assistant Model.- Predicting Learning Characteristics in a Multiple Intelligence Based Tutoring System.- Alternative Views on Knowledge: Presentation of Open Learner Models.- Modeling Students' Reasoning About Qualitative Physics: Heuristics for Abductive Proof Search.- From Errors to Conceptions An approach to Student Diagnosis.- Discovering Intelligent Agent: A Tool for Helping Students Searching a Library.- Teaching and Learning Strategies.- Developing Learning by Teaching Environments That Support Self-Regulated Learning.- Adaptive Interface Methodology for Intelligent Tutoring Systems.- Implementing Analogies in an Electronic Tutoring System.- Towards Adaptive Generation of Faded Examples.- A Multi-dimensional Taxonomy for Automating Hinting.- Poster Papers.- Inferring Unobservable Learning Variables from Students' Help Seeking Behavior.- The Social Role of Technical Personnel in the Deployment of Intelligent Tutoring Systems.- Intelligent Tools for Cooperative Learning in the Internet.- A Plug-in Based Adaptive System: SAAW.- Helps and Hints for Learning with Web Based Learning Systems: The Role of Instructions.- Intelligent Learning Environment for Film Reading in Screening Mammography.- Reuse of Collaborative Knowledge in Discussion Forums.- A Module-Based Software Framework for E-learning over Internet Environment.- Improving Reuse and Flexibility in Multiagent Intelligent Tutoring System Development Based on the COMPOR Platform.- Towards an Authoring Methodology in Large-Scale E-learning Environments on the Web.- ProPAT: A Programming ITS Based on Pedagogical Patterns.- AMANDA: An ITS for Mediating Asynchronous Group Discussions.- An E-learning Environment in Cardiology Domain.- Mining Data and Providing Explanation to Improve Learning in Geosimulation.- A Web-Based Adaptive Educational System Where Adaptive Navigation Is Guided by Experience Reuse.- Improving Knowledge Representation, Tutoring, and Authoring in a Component-Based ILE.- A Novel Hybrid Intelligent Tutoring System and Its Use of Psychological Profiles and Learning Styles.- Using the Web-Based Cooperative Music Prototyping Environment CODES in Learning Situations.- A Multi-agent Approach to Providing Different Forms of Assessment in a Collaborative Learning Environment.- The Overlaying Roles of Cognitive and Information Theories in the Design of Information Access Systems.- A Personalized Information Retrieval Service for an Educational Environment.- Optimal Emotional Conditions for Learning with an Intelligent Tutoring System.- FlexiTrainer: A Visual Authoring Framework for Case-Based Intelligent Tutoring Systems.- Tutorial Dialog in an Equation Solving Intelligent Tutoring System.- A Metacognitive ACT-R Model of Students' Learning Strategies in Intelligent Tutoring Systems.- Promoting Effective Help-Seeking Behavior Through Declarative Instruction.- Supporting Spatial Awareness in Training on a Telemanipulator in Space.- Validating DynMap as a Mechanism to Visualize the Student's Evolution Through the Learning Process.- Qualitative Reasoning in Education of Deaf Students: Scientific Education and Acquisition of Portuguese as a Second Language.- A Qualitative Model of Daniell Cell for Chemical Education.- Student Representation Assisting Cognitive Analysis.- An Ontology-Based Planning Navigation in Problem-Solving Oriented Learning Processes.- A Formal and Computerized Modeling Method of Knowledge, User, and Strategy Models in PIModel-Tutor.- SmartChat An Intelligent Environment for Collaborative Discussions.- Intelligent Learning Objects: An Agent Based Approach of Learning Objects.- Using Simulated Students for Machine Learning.- Towards an Analysis of How Shared Representations Are Manipulated to Mediate Online Synchronous Collaboration.- A Methodology for the Construction of Learning Companions.- Intelligent Learning Environment for Software Engineering Processes.- Invited Presentations.- Opportunities for Model-Based Learning Systems in the Human Exploration of Space.- Toward Comprehensive Student Models: Modeling Meta-cognitive Skills and Affective States in ITS.- Having a Genuine Impact on Teaching and Learning Today and Tomorrow.- Interactively Building a Knowledge Base for a Virtual Tutor.- Ontological Engineering and ITS Research.- Agents Serving Human Learning.- Panels.- Panels.- Workshops.- Workshop on Modeling Human Teaching Tactics and Strategies.- Workshop on Analyzing Student-Tutor Interaction Logs to Improve Educational Outcomes.- Workshop on Grid Learning Services.- Workshop on Distance Learning Environments for Digital Graphic Representation.- Workshop on Applications of Semantic Web Technologies for E-learning.- Workshop on Social and Emotional Intelligence in Learning Environments.- Workshop on Dialog-Based Intelligent Tutoring Systems: State of the Art and New Research Directions.- Workshop on Designing Computational Models of Collaborative Learning Interaction.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Intelligent Tutoring Systems
Untertitel: 7th International Conference, ITS 2004, Maceió, Alagoas, Brazil, August 30 - September 3, 2004, Proceedings
Editor:
EAN: 9783540229483
ISBN: 978-3-540-22948-3
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer, Berlin
Genre: Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaften
Anzahl Seiten: 920
Gewicht: 1403g
Größe: H239mm x B51mm x T153mm
Jahr: 2004
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 2004

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