Constraint Authoring System: An Empirical Evaluation (2007)
Type of ContentConference Contributions - Published
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering.
University of Canterbury. UC Opportunity.
AuthorsSuraweera, P., Mitrovic, A., Martin, B.show all
Evaluation is an integral part of research that provides a true measure of effectiveness. This paper presents a study conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of CAS, a knowledge acquisition authoring system developed for generating the domain knowledge required for constraint-based tutoring systems with the assistance of a domain expert. The study involved a group of novice ITS authors composing domain models for adding two fractions. The results of the study showed that CAS was capable of generating highly accurate knowledge bases with considerably less effort than the effort required in manual composition.
CitationSuraweera, P., Mitrovic, A., Martin, B. (2007) Constraint Authoring System: An Empirical Evaluation. Los Angeles, CA, USA: 13th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED 2007), 9-13 Jul 2007. Frontiers in Artifical Intelligence and Applications, 158, 451-458.
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