Designing Intelligent Systems for Teaching Visual Concepts

  title={Designing Intelligent Systems for Teaching Visual Concepts},
  author={Alexandre Ibrahim Direne},
The paper describes how high-level knowledge about visual images could be represented and further interpreted through system-active and systempassive tutorial interactions. The ideas lend themselves to the design and implementation of a category of Intelligent Tutoring Systems aimed at the teaching of abnormalities in highly visual domains, like medical diagnostic imaging. The involved problems are treated through (1) a domainindependent, object-oriented method for managing the complexity of… CONTINUE READING
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