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Selecting Theories in an Ontology-Based ITS Authoring Environment

Abstract : This paper introduces the rationale for concrete situations in the authoring process that can exploit a theory-aware Authoring Environment. It illustrates how Ontological Engineering (OE) can be instrumental in representing the declarative knowledge needed, and how an added value in terms of intelligence can be expected for both authoring and for learning environments.
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Jacqueline Bourdeau, Riichiro Mizoguchi, Valéry Psyché, Roger Nkambou. Selecting Theories in an Ontology-Based ITS Authoring Environment. 7th International Conference (ITS 2004), 2004, Maceió, Brazil. pp.150-161. ⟨hal-00190672⟩

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