Adaptive Course Generation and Presentation (bibtex)
by Jörg Siekmann, Christoph Benzmüller, Armin Fiedler, Andreas Franke, George Goguadze, Helmut Horacek, Michael Kohlhase, Paul Libbrecht, Andreas Meier, Erica Melis, Martin Pollet, Volker Sorge, Carsten Ullrich, Jürgen Zimmer
Abstract:
Today's interactive mathematics textbooks use a collection of predefined documents, typically organized as a network of html pages. This makes a reuse and a sound re-combination of the encoded knowledge impossible and inhibits a radical adaption of course presentation and content to the user's needs. In order to avoid these drawbacks we have designed a web-based framework for dynamically producing interactive documents for learning mathematics called ID. The system design relies on the separation of knowledge representation from system functionalities. Salient features of our system are the individual generation of interactive documents based on general domain knowledge, user-specific preferences and the user's knowledge as well as the integration of external problem solving systems. The paper describes the distributed web-based architecture of our system and the principles of its components.
Reference:
Adaptive Course Generation and Presentation (Jörg Siekmann, Christoph Benzmüller, Armin Fiedler, Andreas Franke, George Goguadze, Helmut Horacek, Michael Kohlhase, Paul Libbrecht, Andreas Meier, Erica Melis, Martin Pollet, Volker Sorge, Carsten Ullrich, Jürgen Zimmer), In Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems---Workshop W2: Adaptive and Intelligent Web-Based Education Systems (P. Brusilovski, ed.), pp. 54-61, 2000. (Url (preprint): http://christoph-benzmueller.de/papers/W5.pdf)
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{W5,
  Abstract =	 {Today's interactive mathematics textbooks use a
                  collection of predefined documents, typically
                  organized as a network of html pages. This makes a
                  reuse and a sound re-combination of the encoded
                  knowledge impossible and inhibits a radical adaption
                  of course presentation and content to the user's
                  needs. In order to avoid these drawbacks we have
                  designed a web-based framework for dynamically
                  producing interactive documents for learning
                  mathematics called ID. The system design relies on
                  the separation of knowledge representation from
                  system functionalities. Salient features of our
                  system are the individual generation of interactive
                  documents based on general domain knowledge,
                  user-specific preferences and the user's knowledge
                  as well as the integration of external problem
                  solving systems. The paper describes the distributed
                  web-based architecture of our system and the
                  principles of its components.},
  Address =	 {Montreal},
  Author =	 {J{\"o}rg Siekmann and Christoph Benzm{\"u}ller and
                  Armin Fiedler and Andreas Franke and George Goguadze
                  and Helmut Horacek and Michael Kohlhase and Paul
                  Libbrecht and Andreas Meier and Erica Melis and
                  Martin Pollet and Volker Sorge and Carsten Ullrich
                  and J{\"u}rgen Zimmer},
  Booktitle =	 {Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on
                  Intelligent Tutoring Systems---Workshop W2: Adaptive
                  and Intelligent Web-Based Education Systems},
  Editor =	 {P. Brusilovski},
  Pages =	 {54-61},
  Title =	 {Adaptive Course Generation and Presentation},
  Note =	 {Url (preprint):
                  \url{http://christoph-benzmueller.de/papers/W5.pdf}},
  Year =	 2000,
}
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