Knowledge Negotiation : Multiple Viewpoints and Uncertainty in Intelligent Tutoring System Design
This book explores an area of applied artificial intelligence/cognitive science and presents a new approach to the design of intelligent tutoring systems. It focuses on the model of tutoring as an exercise in negotiation between tutor and student, and presents an overall view of the implications of negotiated tutoring. It examines the implications for knowledge representation and design of the human-computer interface.
- Hardback | 360 pages
- 152 x 229 x 25.4mm | 676g
- 01 Sep 1992
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
- 2nd edition
Table of contents
Knowledge negotiation - an introduction, R. Moyse and M.T. Elsom-Cook; Computational viewpoints, J. Self; negotiated tutoring needs, student modelling and instructional planning, G. McCalla and B. Wasson; domain knowledge, epistemology and intelligent tutoring in social science, P. Goodyear and C. Stone; VIPER - the design and implementation of multiple viewpoints for tutoring systems, R. Moyse; modelling children's arithmetic strategies, R. Devi; alternate approaches to medical reasoning and diagnosis, L. Alpay; the computer as a constructorium - tools for observing one's own learning, P. Dillenbourg; modelling negotiation in intelligent teaching dialogues, M. Baker; a discourse repertoire for negotiating explanations, R. Rimmershaw; sharing the interface, M.T. Elsom-Cook; program visualization and knowledge negotiation, M. Brayshaw.