Student Modeling and Machine Learning

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Sison , Raymund ; Shimura , Masamichi (1998)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: student modelling | machine learning | [ INFO.EIAH ] Computer Science [cs]/Technology for Human Learning

After identifying essential student modeling issues and machine learning approaches, this paper examines how machine learning techniques have been used to automate the construction of student models as well as the background knowledge necessary for student modeling. In ... View more
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