Computational Mathetics: Towards a Science of Learning Systems Design

@inproceedings{Self1995ComputationalMT,
  title={Computational Mathetics: Towards a Science of Learning Systems Design},
  author={John G Self},
  year={1995}
}
reasoners may be made more 'concrete' by instantiating them. For example, Rainy∅Umbrella, Rainy => Umbrella Planet(x)∅Orbits(x,sun), Planet(neptune) => Orbits(neptune,sun) are both instantiations of the modus ponens reasoner. A person might believe the proposition Rainy∅Umbrella, i.e. if it is rainy take an umbrella, but only if she actually behaved as the rule implies in relevant situations might we wish to ascribe to her the reasoner above. If a student behaved in such a way that we might… CONTINUE READING
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