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User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction 5

Editors:Alfred Kobsa
Dates:1995
Volume:5
Publisher:Springer
Standard No:ISSN 0924-1868 (print) EISSN 1573-1391 (online)
Papers:13
Links:link.springer.com | Table of Contents
  1. UMUAI 1995 Volume 5 Issue 1
  2. UMUAI 1995-0 Volume 5 Issue 2
  3. UMUAI 1995 Volume 5 Issue 3/4

UMUAI 1995 Volume 5 Issue 1

SMART: Student modeling approach for responsive tutoring BIBAKFull-Text 1-44
  Valerie J. Shute
Extending the scope of the student model BIBAKFull-Text 45-65
  Susan Bull; Paul Brna; Helen Pain
An adaptive Student Centered Curriculum for an intelligent training system BIBAKFull-Text 67-86
  Chris Eliot; Beverly Park Woolf

UMUAI 1995-0 Volume 5 Issue 2

Student diagnosis in practice; bridging a gap BIBAKFull-Text 93-116
  Eva L. Ragnemalm
Feature Based Modelling: A methodology for producing coherent, consistent, dynamically changing models of agents' competencies BIBAKFull-Text 117-150
  Geoffrey I. Webb; Mark Kuzmycz

Book Review

Student Modelling: The Key to Individualized Knowledge-based Instruction, Jim E. Greer and Gordon I. McCalla (eds) BIBFull-Text 151-155
  Judy Kay
Using dynamic user models in the recognition of the plans of the user BIBAKFull-Text 157-190
  Liliana Ardissono; Dario Sestero

UMUAI 1995 Volume 5 Issue 3/4

Preface BIBFull-Text iii-iv
  Anthony Jameson
Numerical uncertainty management in user and student modeling: An overview of systems and issues BIBAKFull-Text 193-251
  Anthony Jameson
The role of probability-based inference in an intelligent tutoring system BIBAKFull-Text 253-282
  Robert J. Mislevy; Drew H. Gitomer
User-expertise modeling with empirically derived probabilistic implication networks BIBAKFull-Text 283-315
  Michel C. Desmarais; Ameen Maluf; Jiming Liu
A Dempster-Shafer approach to modeling agent preferences for plan recognition BIBAKFull-Text 317-348
  Mathias Bauer
Fuzzy techniques and user modeling in Sales Assistants BIBAKFull-Text 349-370
  Heribert Popp; Dieter Lödel