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Improving Teacher-Student Interactions in Online Educational Forums using a Markov Chain based Stackelberg Game Model

@article{Vallam2021ImprovingTI,
  title={Improving Teacher-Student Interactions in Online Educational Forums using a Markov Chain based Stackelberg Game Model},
  author={Rohith Dwarakanath Vallam and Priyanka Bhatt and Debmalya Mandal and Y. Narahari},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2112.01239}
}
With the rapid proliferation of the Internet, the area of education has undergone a massive transformation in terms of how students and instructors interact in a classroom. Online learning now takes more than one form, including the use of technology to enhance a face-to-face class, a hybrid class that combines both face-to-face meetings and online work, and fully online courses. Further, online classrooms are usually composed of an online education forum (OEF) where students and instructor… 

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