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Applications of ontologies in requirements engineering: a systematic review of the literature
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We investigate and better understand how ontologies support requirements engineering (RE) activities and identify to what extent they have been applied to this field. Expand
What do students do on-line? Modeling students' interactions to improve their learning experience
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An approach to model and analyze students interactions, within a gamified on-line learning environment, in order to assist teachers and tutors (education professionals) decision-making, regarding their students learning experience. Expand
Recommendations in Online Discussion Forums for E-Learning Systems
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We present a generic personalization framework and evaluate the framework based on a recommender architecture for the e-learning focused discussion forum Comtella-D. Expand
FOCA: A Methodology for Ontology Evaluation
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This study presents a novel methodology for ontology evaluation, taking into account three fundamental principles: i) the goals of the methodologies are based on the roles of knowledge representations combined with specific evaluation criteria; iii) each ontology is evaluated according to the type of ontology. Expand
A gamified peer assessment model for on-line learning environments in a competitive context
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This paper proposes a gamified peer assessment model, where gamification elements are used to engage students in PA activities. Expand
Rule-based expert systems to support step-by-step guidance in algebraic problem solving: The case of the tutor PAT2Math
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In order for an Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS) to correct students’ exercises, it must know how to solve the same type of problems that students do and the related knowledge components. Expand
Research Directions on Semantic Web and Education
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An overview of the Semantic Web in Education considering some of the main research challenges, architecture and standards, and showing how the use of ontologies can enhance the potential for making AAAL really meaningful to the learners. Expand
A survey of security in multi-agent systems
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Multi-agent systems (MAS) are a relatively new software paradigm that is being widely accepted in several application domains to address large and complex tasks. Expand
Authoring Tools for Designing Intelligent Tutoring Systems: a Systematic Review of the Literature
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Authoring tools have been broadly used to design Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS). Expand
Steps, techniques, and technologies for the development of intelligent applications based on Semantic Web Services: A case study in e-learning systems
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Semantic Web Services domain has gained special attention in academia and industry. Expand
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