Intelligent agents for supporting the effective collaboration in a CSCL environment

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著者

    • Ayala, Gerardo San Martin アラヤ, ヘラルド サン マルティン

書誌事項

タイトル

Intelligent agents for supporting the effective collaboration in a CSCL environment

著者名

Ayala, Gerardo San Martin

著者別名

アラヤ, ヘラルド サン マルティン

学位授与大学

徳島大学

取得学位

博士 (工学)

学位授与番号

甲第820号

学位授与年月日

1996-03-26

注記・抄録

博士論文

目次

  1. 論文目録 / (0001.jp2)
  2. 論文内容要旨 / (0003.jp2)
  3. Table of Contents / p2 (0009.jp2)
  4. Preface / p1 (0010.jp2)
  5. Organization of this Document / p2 (0011.jp2)
  6. Chapter1 Introduction / p4 (0012.jp2)
  7. 1.1 CSCL Environments / p4 (0012.jp2)
  8. 1.2 Artificial Intelligence and CSCL / p5 (0012.jp2)
  9. 1.3 Effective Collaboration in CSCL Environments / p6 (0013.jp2)
  10. 1.4 Intelligent Agents for a CSCL Environment / p6 (0013.jp2)
  11. 1.5 Learner Models in CSCL / p7 (0013.jp2)
  12. 1.6 Design Based on Social Language Learning / p8 (0014.jp2)
  13. Chapter2 Theoretical Background / p9 (0014.jp2)
  14. 2.1 Situated Learning / p10 (0015.jp2)
  15. 2.2 Authentic Activity / p11 (0015.jp2)
  16. 2.3 Learning / p11 (0015.jp2)
  17. 2.4 Knowledge / p12 (0016.jp2)
  18. 2.5 Cognitive Apprenticeship / p12 (0016.jp2)
  19. 2.6 Legitimate Peripheral Participation / p13 (0016.jp2)
  20. 2.7 The Community of Practice / p13 (0016.jp2)
  21. 2.8 The Learner / p14 (0017.jp2)
  22. 2.9 Enculturation / p14 (0017.jp2)
  23. 2.10 Collaborative Learning / p15 (0017.jp2)
  24. 2.11 The Syllabus / p16 (0018.jp2)
  25. 2.12 The Zone of Proximal Development / p16 (0018.jp2)
  26. 2.13 Internalization / p17 (0018.jp2)
  27. 2.14 Motivation / p18 (0019.jp2)
  28. 2.15 Situated Language Learning / p18 (0019.jp2)
  29. Chapter3 GRACILE:Towards Design Issues for CSCL Environments / p22 (0021.jp2)
  30. 3.1 A CSCL Environment for Japanese Language / p22 (0021.jp2)
  31. 3.2 Characteristics of GRACILE / p23 (0021.jp2)
  32. 3.3 Interacting with GRACILE / p27 (0023.jp2)
  33. Chapter4 Software Agents for Collaborative Learning Environments / p29 (0024.jp2)
  34. 4.1 Software Agents and Collaborative Learning / p30 (0025.jp2)
  35. 4.2 Agent Oriented Programming(AOP) / p31 (0025.jp2)
  36. 4.3 Learner-Agent Interaction / p32 (0026.jp2)
  37. 4.4 Supporting Understanding and Confidence / p34 (0027.jp2)
  38. Chapter5 The Domain Agent / p35 (0027.jp2)
  39. 5.1 ELEONORE / p35 (0027.jp2)
  40. 5.3 The Capabilities of the Domain Agent / p36 (0028.jp2)
  41. 5.4 Language Patterns / p37 (0028.jp2)
  42. 5.5 Dialogue Situated Functions(DSFs) / p39 (0029.jp2)
  43. 5.6 Expressions / p40 (0030.jp2)
  44. 5.7 Knowledge Aggregation / p40 (0030.jp2)
  45. 5.8 Hypercard Dictionaries / p40 (0030.jp2)
  46. 5.9 Assistance from theDomain Agent / p44 (0032.jp2)
  47. 5.10 Distributed Domain Knowledge / p57 (0038.jp2)
  48. 5.11 The Dialogue Examples / p58 (0039.jp2)
  49. 5.12 Request of Examples / p59 (0039.jp2)
  50. 5.13 A Generator of Prolog Predicates / p62 (0041.jp2)
  51. Chapter6 The Mediator Agent / p63 (0041.jp2)
  52. 6.1 The Capabilities of theMediator Agent / p64 (0042.jp2)
  53. 6.2 The Commitments of the Mediator Agent / p67 (0043.jp2)
  54. 6.3 The Beliefs of the Mediator Agent / p68 (0044.jp2)
  55. Chapter7 Learning Modelling in a CSCL Environment / p70 (0045.jp2)
  56. 7.1 Learner Models in Collaborative Learning Environments / p71 (0045.jp2)
  57. 7.2 Representing the Learner's Capabilities / p73 (0046.jp2)
  58. 7.3 The Group-Based Knowledge Frontier / p74 (0047.jp2)
  59. 7.4 The Learner's Commitments and Goals / p76 (0048.jp2)
  60. 7.5 The Learner's Beliefs on her/his Capabilities / p77 (0048.jp2)
  61. 7.6 The Use of the Learner Model / p77 (0048.jp2)
  62. 7.7 The Learner Modelling Process / p78 (0049.jp2)
  63. 7.8 Revision of the Learner Model / p80 (0050.jp2)
  64. 7.9 Creating Beliefs / p80 (0050.jp2)
  65. 7.10 Discarding Beliefs / p81 (0050.jp2)
  66. Chapter8 The Support of Effective Collaboration / p84 (0052.jp2)
  67. 8.1 Awareness / p85 (0052.jp2)
  68. 8.2 Freely Accessible Learner Models / p86 (0053.jp2)
  69. 8.3 Considering the Social and Structural Aspects of Knowledge Progress / p87 (0053.jp2)
  70. 8.4 Negotiating the Learning Activities / p89 (0054.jp2)
  71. 8.5 Task Negotiation Protocol / p90 (0055.jp2)
  72. 8.6 Maintaining the Collaboration Possibilities / p92 (0056.jp2)
  73. 8.7 Supporting Assistance from Other Agents / p92 (0056.jp2)
  74. 8.8 Viewpoints / p93 (0056.jp2)
  75. 8.9 Evaluation of the Mediator Agents Performance / p94 (0057.jp2)
  76. Chapter9 Communication,Protocols and Cooperation Between Agents / p101 (0060.jp2)
  77. 9.1 Cooperation Between Software Agents / p101 (0060.jp2)
  78. 9.2 Cooperation Between Domain Agents / p102 (0061.jp2)
  79. 9.3 Cooperation Between Mediator Agents / p102 (0061.jp2)
  80. 9.4 GRACILE Agent's Protocols / p103 (0061.jp2)
  81. 9.5 GRACILE's Agent Communication Language / p105 (0062.jp2)
  82. Chapter10 Concluding Remarks / p107 (0063.jp2)
  83. References / p109 (0064.jp2)
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    • 000000294461
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