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A Comparison of learning gains when using a 2D simulation tool versus a 3D virtual world: An experiment to find the right representation involving the Marginal Value Theorem
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The use of three-dimensional Virtual Worlds in the classroom offers the promise of engaging and authentic learning experiences. Expand
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Expertise Recommendation: A Two-Way Knowledge Communication Channel
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In our service-based society, expertise is becoming increasingly recognized as a valuable and scarce resource. Expand
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Finding and validating expertise
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We designed a triangulated approach which combines automated expert profile creation and maintenance, validation by the expert, and feedback on the expert and the system by the searching party. Expand
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Practically intelligent agents aiding human intelligence
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A hybrid case and rule-based knowledge acquisition and representation technique which allows software agents and humans to learn by doing. Expand
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Expertise Recommendation: A triangulated approach
Recommender systems are becoming increasingly popular as a means for bringing products to the attention of online users. Similarly, they offer a means by which scarce resources in the form of humanExpand
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Scenario Authoring by Domain Trainers
In our current project, we are particularly concerned with the creation of experiential simulationtype learning environments in which synthetic agents or characters inhabit a Virtual Environment (VE)Expand
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Discovering Areas of Expertise from Publication Data
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We focus on evaluating the feasibility of a simple technique for uncovering expertise used as the foundation and starting point of maintaining a profile of validated expertise within an organization. Expand
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Deceptive agents and language
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We examine whether it is possible to use resources from the field of Language Technology to construct scenarios with agents showing cues to deception detectable by human judges, a task that has been shown in a text-only context to be difficult. Expand
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