Vincent, an Autonomous Pedagogical Agent for On-the-Job Training

@inproceedings{Paiva1998VincentAA,
  title={Vincent, an Autonomous Pedagogical Agent for On-the-Job Training},
  author={Ana Paiva and Isabel Machado Alexandre},
  booktitle={Intelligent Tutoring Systems},
  year={1998}
}
Animated pedagogical agents are a promising new way to motivate learners that interact with learning environments. However, the majority of the animated agents lack in their autonomy from the learning environment, that is, most of the animated agents are fully embedded in their respective learning environments. In this paper we consider the autonomy of pedagogical agents in two ways: first its autonomy in relation to the control of a user and, and second, its autonomy in relation to the… CONTINUE READING

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