Expansion of the xPST Framework to Enable Non-programmers to Create Intelligent Tutoring Systems in 3D Game Environments

@inproceedings{Kodavali2010ExpansionOT,
  title={Expansion of the xPST Framework to Enable Non-programmers to Create Intelligent Tutoring Systems in 3D Game Environments},
  author={Sateesh Kumar Kodavali and Stephen B. Gilbert and Stephen Blessing},
  booktitle={Intelligent Tutoring Systems},
  year={2010}
}
Our previous work has demonstrated that the Extensible Problem Specific Tutor (xPST) framework lowers the bar for nonprogrammers to author model tracing intelligent tutoring systems (ITSs) on top of existing software and websites. In this work we extend xPST to enable authoring of tutors in 3D games. This process differs substantially from authoring tutors for traditional GUI software in terms of the inherent domain complexity involved, different types of feedback required and interactions… CONTINUE READING

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