# Student Modeling in Orthopedic Surgery Training: Exploiting Symbiosis between Temporal Bayesian Networks and Fine-grained Didactic Analysis

@article{Chieu2010StudentMI, title={Student Modeling in Orthopedic Surgery Training: Exploiting Symbiosis between Temporal Bayesian Networks and Fine-grained Didactic Analysis}, author={V. Chieu and Vanda Luengo and L. Vadcard and J. Tonetti}, journal={Int. J. Artif. Intell. Educ.}, year={2010}, volume={20}, pages={269-301} }

Cognitive approaches have been used for student modeling in intelligent tutoring systems (ITSs). Many of those systems have tackled fundamental subjects such as mathematics, physics, and computer programming. The change of the student's cognitive behavior over time, however, has not been considered and modeled systematically. Furthermore, the nature of domain knowledge in specific subjects such as orthopedic surgery, in which pragmatic knowledge could play an important role, has also not been… Expand

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