Artificial Intelligence in Education by S.P. Lajoie

By S.P. Lajoie

This quantity may be the lawsuits for the ninth foreign convention on synthetic Intelligence in schooling (AI-ED 1999). this can be one among a chain of overseas meetings during this quarter and it truly is designed to record on state-of-the-art learn within the box of AI in schooling. This box is interdisciplinary and brings jointly researchers from the domain names of desktop technology, cognitive technological know-how, schooling, psychology, linguistics and engineering (to identify a few). Researchers will give a contribution manuscripts to this quantity, delivering possibilities for cross-fertilization of data throughout disciplines that might bring about advances and new purposes within the box. New computational applied sciences might be defined that aid studying, exploration and collaboration. applied sciences can aid either the person and small teams of people who paintings collaboratively to resolve difficulties and study new fabrics. New methodologies for helping and documenting the training method in either those occasions are being constructed and are defined during this quantity.

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Concepts describe a domain's classes of objects (the « what» dimension), by their attributes and possible values. Procedures describe sets of operations that may apply to several objects (the « how » dimension). Principles are general statements intended to describe objects properties, of concepts to establish cause-and-effect links between them (the « why » dimension), or properties of procedures to determine their conditions (the « when ») and the resulting actions. Facts are data, observations, examples, prototypes, actions or statements to describe a particular object: - Examples result from specifying values for each concept's attribute, thus gathering a set of facts that describe a very concrete and precise object.

When asked years later, students often spontaneously referred to the value of Kids on Line. 3 Representing and Working with Domain Knowledge using Smart Tools Anchors provide familiar contexts that help students grasp the meaning of new ideas and skills. It is important, however, that student knowledge be given a chance to generalize. We do not want students to learn how to solve a specific rate-time-distance (RTD) problem about the time it takes to fly a plane to a particular location, we want them to be able to solve classes of RTD problems.

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