Generating Personalized Documents Using a Presentation Planner
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: Generating Personalized Documents Using a Presentation Planner
Abstract : lve an exercise, and to take over certain routine tasks. The learning material is encoded in the xml-based knowledge representation language OMDoc (Kohlhase, 2001). OMDoc encodes mathematical objects and items such as denitions, theorems, proof methods, proofs, examples, exercises, and remarks. Each item has its own meta-data that can contain additional information such as dependencies or pedagogical data, e.g., diculty level or abstractness level of an exercise. A demo of the ActiveMath system is available at http://www.mathweb.org/activemath/demo. The Presentation Planner The central component of ActiveMath is the presentation planner. It is responsible for generating a personalized course in a three-stage process: (1) Retrieval of content. Starting from the goal concepts chosen by the user, all concepts they depend upon and corresponding additional items (e.g., elabo
: Computer Science
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