Learning Domain Knowledge for Teaching Procedural Tasks (bibtex)
by Andrew Scholer, Jeff Rickel, Jr. Richard Angros, W. Lewis Johnson
Abstract:
Providing domain knowledge needed by intelligent tutoring systems to teach a procedure to students is traditionally a difficult and time consuming task. This paper presents a system for making this process easier by allowing the automated tutor to acquire the knowledge it needs through a combination of programming by demonstration, autonomous experimentation, and direct instruction.
Reference:
Learning Domain Knowledge for Teaching Procedural Tasks (Andrew Scholer, Jeff Rickel, Jr. Richard Angros, W. Lewis Johnson), In AAAI-2000 Fall Symposium on Learning How to Do Things, 2000.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{scholer_learning_2000,
	title = {Learning {Domain} {Knowledge} for {Teaching} {Procedural} {Tasks}},
	url = {http://ict.usc.edu/pubs/Learning%20Domain%20Knowledge%20for%20Teaching%20Procedural%20Tasks.pdf},
	abstract = {Providing domain knowledge needed by intelligent tutoring systems to teach a procedure to students is traditionally a difficult and time consuming task. This paper presents a system for making this process easier by allowing the automated tutor to acquire the knowledge it needs through a combination of programming by demonstration, autonomous experimentation, and direct instruction.},
	booktitle = {{AAAI}-2000 {Fall} {Symposium} on {Learning} {How} to {Do} {Things}},
	author = {Scholer, Andrew and Rickel, Jeff and Angros, Jr., Richard and Johnson, W. Lewis},
	year = {2000}
}
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