Hierarchical optimization of personalized experiences for e-Learning systems through evolutionary models

@article{Acampora2009HierarchicalOO,
  title={Hierarchical optimization of personalized experiences for e-Learning systems through evolutionary models},
  author={Giovanni Acampora and Matteo Gaeta and Vincenzo Loia},
  journal={Neural Computing and Applications},
  year={2009},
  volume={20},
  pages={641-657}
}
Recent researches in e-Learning area highlight the need to define novel and advanced support mechanism for commercial and academic organizations in order to enhance the skills of employees and students and, consequently, to increase the overall competitiveness in the new economy world. This is due to the unbelievable velocity and volatility of modern knowledge that require novel learning methods which are able to offer additional support features as efficiency, task relevance and… CONTINUE READING
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