Item description for Knowledge-Based Virtual Education: User-Centred Paradigms (Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing) by Claude Ghaoui, Mitu Jain, Vivek Bannore & L. C. Jain...
Virtual learning plays an important role in providing academicians, educators and students alike, with advanced learning experiences. At the forefront of these current technologies are knowledge-based systems that assess the environment in which such learning will occur and are adaptive by nature to the individual needs of the user. This monograph provides a wide range of innovative approaches of virtual education with a special emphasis on inter-disciplinary approaches. The book covers a multitude of important issues on the subject of "Innovations in Knowledge-Based Virtual Education ", aiming at researchers and practitioners from academia, industry, and government. The carefully selected contributions report on research, development and real-world experiences of virtual education such as intelligent virtual teaching, web-based adaptive learning systems, intelligent agents or using multiagent intelligence.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6.25" Height: 9.25" Weight: 1.16 lbs.
Release Date Aug 22, 2005
ISBN 354025045X ISBN13 9783540250456
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More About Claude Ghaoui, Mitu Jain, Vivek Bannore & L. C. Jain
Claude Ghaoui, Ph.D., is a senior lecturer in computer systems (since 1995) at the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, Liverpool JMU, UK. Her research interests and expertise are mainly in human computer interaction, multimedia/Internet technology and their applications in education. She is a UK correspondent for EUROMICRO (since 1998) and served on programme committees for several international HCI/multimedia conferences. Since 2000, she has been an advisor for eUnivervity (UK-based), which promotes and provides online learning. She is the editor of two books, "E-Educational Applications: Human Factors and Innovative Approaches," 2004 published by IRM Press, and "Usability Evaluation of Online Learning Programs," 2003 published by Information Science Publishing.
Claude Ghaoui has an academic affiliation as follows - Liverpool John Moores University, UK.