Inés Bayoudh Saâdi

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Learning service selection in context-aware ubiquitous learning systems is affected not only by human errors, those of sensors but also by the dynamic aspect of these systems. The service selection in these systems is based on the learner QoS requirements, needs. However, these latter are based on vague linguistic terms which should be represented by fuzzy(More)
Strategic processes are not well considered in PSEEs (Process-centered Software Engineering Environment). In fact there is no flexibility in guiding their achievement and in determining the adequate path associated to the occurred situation that matches the intention, the engineer and the project requirements. In this paper we propose a heuristic called(More)
Studies on the learning service selection approaches have been the subject of many researches in recent years. The works identified in the literature are developed to solve the learning service selection problem; however, these works need to have a clear view and an overview of how systems intended select services. This study details a multidimensional(More)
Situation awareness is an emerging concept in ubiquitous environments, particularly the learning ones. Situation-aware systems aim to infer the user's situation from detected context. Given the fact that detected context information pieces are prone to sensors' quality, recent quality-awarecentred researches are basically interested in the evaluationof the(More)
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