S. H. Tung

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Reciprocal tutoring, where peers take turns to tutor each other, is an interesting style of social learning. In the Reciprocal Tutoring System (RTS), three computational cognitive tools were designed to facilitate reciprocal tutoring of Lisp programming on the network. The first is a Petal-style of code–chunk interface, with which a tutee can enter Lisp(More)
Compression and trending are techniques widely used in the initial treatment of raw process data. Two popular methods, Box Car with Backward Slope and Swinging Door, were reviewed recently by Kennedy. In spite of their popularity, neither of these methods are designed to cope with process variability and outliers. They also require one or more parameters to(More)
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