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Customizing an Affective Tutoring System Based on Facial Expression and Head Pose Estimation

  title={Customizing an Affective Tutoring System Based on Facial Expression and Head Pose Estimation},
  author={Mahdi Pourmirzaei and Gholam Ali Montazer and Ebrahim A. Mousavi},
In recent years, the main problem in e-learning has shifted from analyzing content to personalization of learning environment by Intelligence Tutoring Systems (ITSs). Therefore, by designing personalized teaching models, learners are able to have a successful and satisfying experience in achieving their learning goals. Affective Tutoring Systems (ATSs) are some kinds of ITS that can recognize and respond to affective states of learners. In this study, we designed, implemented, and evaluated a… 


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