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A Multimedia Authoring System for Crafting Topic Hierarchy, Learning Strategies, and Intelligent Models

@inproceedings{Wong1997AMA,
  title={A Multimedia Authoring System for Crafting Topic Hierarchy, Learning Strategies, and Intelligent Models},
  author={Wing-Kwong Wong and T. W. Chan},
  year={1997}
}
Intelligent computer-assisted learning environments usually involve complex strategies to help students learn a subject domain, possibly with simulated or human companions. The design and implementation of such systems rely much on the powerful features of multimedia authoring systems. Traditional authoring systems can present instructional content in dynamic ways with hypertext links, which implement the instruction strategies (or learning strategies from the student's perspective). However… 
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