Revisiting Ill-Definedness and the Consequences for ITSs

@inproceedings{Mitrovic2009RevisitingIA,
  title={Revisiting Ill-Definedness and the Consequences for ITSs},
  author={Antonija Mitrovic and Amali Weerasinghe},
  booktitle={AIED},
  year={2009}
}
ITSs for ill-defined domains have attracted a lot of attention recently, which is well-deserved, as such ITSs are hard to develop. The first step towards such ITSs is reaching a wide agreement about the terminology used in the area. In this paper, we discuss the two important dimensions of ill-definedness: the domain and the instructional task. By the domain we assume declarative domain knowledge, or the domain theory, while the instructional task is the task the student is learning, in terms… CONTINUE READING

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