Thierry Nabeth

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In this paper, we present an agent-based system designed to support the adoption of knowledge sharing practices within communities. The system is based on a conceptual framework that, by modelling the adoption of knowledge management practices as a change process, identifies the pedagogical strategies best suited to support users through the various stages(More)
Whilst there is a common agreement on the need to design e-learning systems able to take into account more explicitly the 'context' in which learners operate within organizations in order to achieve higher levels of customization (personalized interaction) and impact, many different perspectives exist related to the characterization of which 'context' has(More)
This paper presents a cognitive multi-agents architecture called Intelligent Cognitive Agents (InCA) that was elaborated for the design of Intelligent Adaptive Learning Systems. The InCA architecture relies on a personal agent that is aware of the user's characteristics, and that coordinates the intervention of a set of expert cognitive agents (such as(More)
Setting-up successful virtual communities represents an effective way for facilitating the circulation of knowledge in organizations and groups. However the design of such successful communities represents a main challenge that is principally related to the difficulty to engage people into a knowledge exchange process and to establish a sustainable level of(More)
Attention, which intervenes at many different levels such as the perception of the environment and the allocation of cognitive resources, appears to represent one of the key factors of learning and working performance. This poster presents AtGentive, a project which aims at investigating the use of agent-based ICT systems for supporting the management of(More)
Modern learning environments would greatly benefit from a better management of two apparently conflicting goals. On the one hand, in order to support autonomous, self paced, and discovery oriented learning, learners must be offered access to a large amount of information and tools. On the other hand the quantity and variety of the information and tools(More)
Learners and knowledge workers are increasingly facing environments where frequent interruptions, multi-tasking, information overload, and insufficient community awareness are the norm rather than the exception. It has been demonstrated that this situation hinders learning in several manners. This paper, after introducing two approaches aimed at supporting(More)
C-VIBE is an advanced learning system taking advantage of simulation, multimedia, virtual reality, agents/avatars-based, and multiuser , distributed communication technologies to deliver a realistic learning experience addressing the dynamics of change and innovation processes in organizations. This paper illustrates and discusses the pedagogical(More)