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Learning Sequences

  title={Learning Sequences},
  author={D. Eppstein},
  • D. Eppstein
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • We describe the algorithms used by the ALEKS computer learning system for manipulating combinatorial descriptions of human learners’ states of knowledge, generating all states that are possible according to a description of a learning space in terms of a partial order, and using Bayesian statistics to determine the most likely state of a student. As we describe, a representation of a knowledge space using learning sequences (basic words of an antimatroid) allows more general learning spaces to… CONTINUE READING
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