Mikko Vilenius

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Ability to find appropriate collaborators and learning materials is crucial for informal collaborative learning. However, traditional group formation models are not applicable/effective in informal learning settings since little is known about learners and learning materials and teacher's assistance is not available. We propose the data-driven group(More)
Deficiencies in the ability to map letters to sounds are currently considered to be the most likely early signs of dyslexia [4]. This has motivated the use of Literate, a computer game for training this skill, in several Finnish schools and households as a tool in the early prevention of reading disability. In this paper, we present a Bayesian model that(More)
This paper presents a novel framework called error case frames for correcting preposition errors. They are case frames specially designed for describing and correcting preposition errors. Their most distinct advantage is that they can correct errors with feedback messages explaining why the preposition is erroneous. This paper proposes a method for(More)
Research-oriented tasks continue to become more complex, requiring more collaboration between experts. Historically, research has focused on either finding a single expert for a specific task (expertise finding, or EF), or trying to form a group that satisfies various conditions (group formation , or GF). EF is typically group context agnostic, while GF(More)
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