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WWWIC, the NDSU World Wide Web Instructional Committee, is engaged in developing a range of virtual environments for education. These projects span a range of disciplines, from earth science to anthropology, and from business to biology. However, all of these projects share a strategy, a set of assumptions, an approach to assessment, and an emerging tool(More)
be a problem when applying CBR to weak-theoretic domains.1 The knowledge elicitation bottleneck—the inability to precisely encode the knowledge used by human experts—is a concern in many knowledge-based applications. Although researchers cite this bottleneck as a justification for CBR techniques,2 use of domain knowledge in indexing means that CBR(More)
In this paper we investigate the network and storage requirements of a virtual classroom. The virtual classroom replaces traditional class methodologies by using the computer as the sole instrument for all class activity. The instructor and the students each have a networked workstation in an X cluster that provides for the creation, modification, and(More)