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    Exploiting Sequential Patterns Found in Users ’ Solutions and Virtual Tutor Behavior to Improve Assistance in ITS

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    We propose to mine temporal patterns in Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITSs) to uncover useful knowledge that can enhance their ability to provide assistance. To discover patterns, we suggest using a custom, sequential pattern-mining algorithm. Two ways of applying the algorithm to enhance an ITSs capabilities are addressed. The first is to extract patterns from user solutions to problem-solving exercises for automatically learning a task model that can then be used to provide assistance. The second way is to extract temporal patterns from a tutoring agents own behavior when interacting with learner(s). In this case, the tutoring agent reuses patterns that brought states of self-satisfaction. Real applications are presented to illustrate the two proposals.

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    Title : Exploiting Sequential Patterns Found in Users ’ Solutions and Virtual Tutor Behavior to Improve Assistance in ITS
    Author(s) : Philippe Fournier-viger, Usef Faghihi, Roger Nkambou, Engelbert Mephu Nguifo
    Abstract : We propose to mine temporal patterns in Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITSs) to uncover useful knowledge that can enhance their ability to provide assistance. To discover patterns, we suggest using a custom, sequential pattern-mining algorithm. Two ways of applying the algorithm to enhance an ITSs capabilities are addressed. The first is to extract patterns from user solutions to problem-solving exercises for automatically learning a task model that can then be used to provide assistance. The second way is to extract temporal patterns from a tutoring agents own behavior when interacting with learner(s). In this case, the tutoring agent reuses patterns that brought states of self-satisfaction. Real applications are presented to illustrate the two proposals.
    Keywords : educational data mining, intelligent tutoring systems, sequential pattern mining, temporal patterns

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    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2010

    Affiliations Dept. of Computer Science, University of Moncton, Moncton
    Journal : Educational Technology & Society
    Volume : 13
    Issue : 1
    Pages : 13-24
    Url : http://www.ifets.info/journals/13_1/ets_13_1.pdf#page=18

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