Adaptive and Dynamic Hypertext Tutoring Systems Based on Knowledge Space Theory

Abstract : Knowledge space theory provides a formal model for representing students' knowledge and describing the structure of a domain of knowledge. A similar formal structure can be used to described the structure of hypertexts. The combination of knowledge space theory and the formal hypertext model leads to a framework for intelligent tutoring systems which provides individualized learning paths to a student. Using powerful procedures from relational database systems and from knowledge space theory, we get e. g. an efficient selection of appropriate teaching documents.
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Dietrich Albert, Cord Hockemeyer. Adaptive and Dynamic Hypertext Tutoring Systems Based on Knowledge Space Theory. AIED '97 Artificial Intelligence in Education, 1997, Kobe, Japan. pp.553-555. ⟨hal-00190402⟩

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