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Creating A Neural Pedagogical Agent by Jointly Learning to Review and Assess

@article{Lee2019CreatingAN,
  title={Creating A Neural Pedagogical Agent by Jointly Learning to Review and Assess},
  author={Youngnam Lee and Youngduck Choi and Junghyun Cho and Alexander R. Fabbri and Hyunbin Loh and Chanyou Hwang and Yongku Lee and Sang-Wook Kim and Dragomir R. Radev},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1906.10910}
}
Machine learning plays an increasing role in intelligent tutoring systems as both the amount of data available and specialization among students grow. Nowadays, these systems are frequently deployed on mobile applications. Users on such mobile education platforms are dynamic, frequently being added, accessing the application with varying levels of focus, and changing while using the service. The education material itself, on the other hand, is often static and is an exhaustible resource whose… Expand
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