Procedural Help in Andes: Generating Hints Using a Bayesian Network Student Model

@inproceedings{Gertner1998ProceduralHI,
  title={Procedural Help in Andes: Generating Hints Using a Bayesian Network Student Model},
  author={Abigail S. Gertner and Cristina Conati and Kurt VanLehn},
  booktitle={AAAI/IAAI},
  year={1998}
}
One of the most important problems for an intelligent tutoring system is deciding how to respond when a student asks for help. Responding cooperatively requires an understanding of both what solution path the student is pursuing, and the student’s current level of domain knowledge. Andes, an intelligent tutoring system for Newtonian physics, refers to a probabilistic student model to make decisions about responding to help requests. Andes’ student model uses a Bayesian network that computes a… CONTINUE READING

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