Prototyping a Student Model for Educational Games


YoungMee Choi, MoonWon Choo, SeongAh Chin, Journal of Information Processing Systems Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 107-111, Dec. 2005  


Keywords: Edutainment, pedagogical agents, emotion generation, student modeling, Intelligent Tutoring Systems, dynamic Bayesian networks
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Abstract

When a pedagogical agent system aims to provide students with interactive help, it needs to know what knowledge the student has and what goals the student is currently trying to achieve. That is, it must do both assessment and plan recognition. These modeling tasks involve a high level of uncertainty when students are allowed to follow various lines of reasoning and are not required to show all their reasoning explicitly. In this paper, the student model for interactive edutainment applications is proposed. This model is based on Bayesian Networks to expose constructs and parameters of rules and propositions pertaining to game and problem solving activities. This student model could be utilized as the emotion generation model for student and agent as well.


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[APA Style]
YoungMee Choi, MoonWon Choo, & SeongAh Chin (2005). Prototyping a Student Model for Educational Games. Journal of Information Processing Systems, 1(1), 107-111. DOI: .

[IEEE Style]
Y. Choi, and , "Prototyping a Student Model for Educational Games," Journal of Information Processing Systems, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 107-111, 2005. DOI: .

[ACM Style]
YoungMee Choi, MoonWon Choo, and SeongAh Chin. 2005. Prototyping a Student Model for Educational Games. Journal of Information Processing Systems, 1, 1, (2005), 107-111. DOI: .