Inspecting and Visualizing Distributed Bayesian Student Models

@inproceedings{ZapataRivera2000InspectingAV,
  title={Inspecting and Visualizing Distributed Bayesian Student Models},
  author={Juan-Diego Zapata-Rivera and J. Greer},
  booktitle={Intelligent Tutoring Systems},
  year={2000}
}
Bayesian Belief Networks provide a principled, mathematically sound, and logically rational mechanism to represent student models. The belief net backbone structure proposed by Reye [14,15] offers a practical way to represent and update Bayesian student models describing both cognitive and social aspects of the learner. Considering students as active participants in the modelling process, this paper explores visualization and inspectability issues of Bayesian student modelling. This paper also… Expand
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