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Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) are computer programs that model learners' psychological states to provide individualized instruction. They have been developed for diverse subject areas (e.g., algebra, medicine, law, reading) to help learners acquire domain-specific, cognitive and metacognitive knowledge. A meta-analysis was conducted on research that(More)
In today’s web-based environment, strategic actors collaborate and compete to further its interests and opportunities. In this paper, we propose optimizing the requirements elicitation process through the combined use of the i* modeling framework with the quantitative risk analysis model of Bayesian Network (BN), so that strategic actors can(More)
In the services era, evaluation of existing services and planning for new services according to user requirements are key activities that need systematic support. This paper proposes a requirements-driven evaluation framework for Internetware-based services, with respect to both their functionality and risk. In particular, we offer an account of how to(More)
Modeling high-level enterprise strategies helps clarify the intentional dependencies between the organizational actors. Business process models, on the other hand, give more elaborated descriptions to the enterprise daily operations. In this paper, we aim to synthesize these two modeling perspectives by synthesizing the i* model and the UML activity diagram.
Risk management and assessment of software project is highly relevant to the social and culture context of the development activities. This paper proposes a risk analysis approach which represents the organizational settings of a project as a social dependency network, and identifies risks originated from broken role dependency relations, unsatisfied goals,(More)