ASPIRE: Ontology Workspace and Problem Editor (2006)
This report covers the third reporting period of the ASPIRE project, and presents the progress made on ASPIRE-Author. We have implemented two new components on the authoring side: Ontology Workspace and Problem Editor. The Ontology Workspace supports the author in specifying the domain ontology (step 2 of the authoring process), while Problem Editor allows the author to specify problems to be given to students, and to specify a set of solutions for each problem (step 5).
CitationMitrovic, A., Martin, B., Suraweera, P., Zakharov, K., Milik, N., Holland, J. (2006) ASPIRE: Ontology Workspace and Problem Editor. eCDF..
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