A learning environment based on multiple qualitative models

Sime, Julie Ann and Leitch, Roy (1992) A learning environment based on multiple qualitative models. In: Intelligent Tutoring Systems - 2nd International Conference, ITS 1992, Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) . Springer-Verlag, CAN, pp. 116-123. ISBN 9783540556060

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This paper describes an intelligent learning environment based on multiple models, both quantitative and qualitative, of a complex physical system. A trainee can learn the use of multiple models, in reasoning about the behaviour of the system, through a process of cognitive apprenticeship. The trainee can solve problems or observe the expert demonstrate problem solving using multiple models, switching between them as and when necessary. The dimensions along which these models vary are defined and example training scenarios provided.

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