By C. L. Wiggs, R. J. Seidel (auth.), Dr. Robert J. Seidel, Mr. Peter D. Weddle (eds.)
This number of papers is the results of a symposium backed through NATO's security study team Panel VIII within the Spring of 1985. The symposium got here into being whilst it turned visible to the NATO international locations that examine, improvement and usage of complicated applied sciences for education used to be the simplest technique of expanding either education effectiveness and potency. This symposium was once the second one in a sequence of 3 dedicated to education. The sequence used to be based to hide all elements of teaching. the 1st sequence addressed the price of teaching, the second handled the appliance of teaching applied sciences and the 3rd and final of the sequence interested by educational matters fascinated about the impact of previous studying on next studying. the truth that an immense American writer has made up our minds that desktop dependent guide is the expertise of maximum curiosity to the NATO neighborhood is no surprise. Advances in microprocessor know-how have revolutionized either how and the place we educate. in this symposium there have been a restricted variety of conscientiously selected indicates to illustrate many of the functions of laptop established education concepts. within the following papers you will discover either a pragmatic and medical foundation for how present and destiny education and coaching structures might be designed, utilized and applied. we all know that education needs to be performed speedier and extra effectively.
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Most expert systems are designed to be used in a consultative manner by a non-expert in order to perform a task requiring expertise. The idea of using the same knowledge base in a tutoring role is very attractive. This approach has been adopted in the GUIDON system (Clancey, 1978) where the knowledge base from the HYCIN medical consultation system was used in a tutoring system. The implementation of GUIDON was difficult because the knowledge base needed to be augmented by rules that described the logical connections between rules in the knowledge base.
INTRODUCTION The purpose of this paper is twofold: first, we would like to discuss some Navy-sponsored research and development work in Computer-based Instl"Uction (CBI) where the aim is to add "intelligence" to the CBI, and second, to describe one such system. The military services have to train large numbers of people to perform a wide variety of somewhat specialized jobs, and to this process, they devote considerable resources and personnel. It is little wonder that technical developments that offer to make instl"Uction better or more efficient have generated a great deal of interest.
Not only is this seen as a way of capturing the knowledge base in the expert system for training purposes, but intelligent tutoring systems are also one way whereby operational staff can observe the performance of an expert system. Originally the subject to be taught corresponded to a domain in which we already had an expert system shell and knowledge base. However, for operational reasons, a different domain, with similar characteristics, was chosen, and the knowledge base for the new domain prepared specifically to fit the expert system shell.
Computer-Based Instruction in Military Environments by C. L. Wiggs, R. J. Seidel (auth.), Dr. Robert J. Seidel, Mr. Peter D. Weddle (eds.)