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A Martens (2003)

Centralize the Tutoring Process in Intelligent Tutoring Systems

In: Proc. of the 5th International Conference on New Educational Environments, ed. by Ch Jutz, F Flückiger, K Waefler, pp. 209 – 214, Bern, net4net.

Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) can look back on a long tradition. During the last years, the core architecture of ITS’ has not changed significantly. It consists of the models ‘expert knowledge’, ‘pedagogical knowledge’, ‘learner model’ and ‘user interface’ and a set of components for steering the interaction. These components differ a lot; they are domain and implementation dependent. An analysis of the functionality and role of these components in some ITS has led us to the assumption, that one centralized and formally describable tutoring process model can take the place of these components.

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