Using of Intelligence Tutoring Systems For Knowledge Representation in Learning& Teaching Process


  • Abdual Satar Jabbar Nasir AL-Qusi College of Managerial technical – Mosul



representation of knowledge, TEx-Sys knowledge, system – Tutor-Expert


Intelligent tutoring systems (ITS) are a new generation of computer systems for support and improvement of learning and teaching. The usual definition of an ITS characterizes it as a system based on some kind of knowledge which includes domain, teachers' and students' knowledge. In the research , we elaborate on the representation of knowledge in an intelligent authoring shell – which is an ITS generator system – Tutor-Expert System. Within TEx-Sys knowledge is represented through semantic networks with frames and production rules. Nodes are used for representation of domain knowledge objects, while links show relations among them. Besides, TEx-Sys supports properties and frames, as well as property inheritance and frames containing a conclusion-making mechanism. In this research , we try to explain of  practice ITS application in learning and teaching process. Because, Intelligent tutoring systems have been shown to be highly effective at increasing students' performance and motivation. For example, students using Software systems, an ITS for computers , performed equally well as students taking a theoretical & practice  courses in computers, but required half as much time covering the material.


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How to Cite

Nasir AL-Qusi, A. S. J. (2012). Using of Intelligence Tutoring Systems For Knowledge Representation in Learning& Teaching Process. Journal of Kufa for Mathematics and Computer, 1(5), 1–13.

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