William W. Cohen's Papers: Intelligent Tutoring

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  1. Noboru Matsuda, Gabriel Stylianides, William W. Cohen, & Ken R. Koedinger (2014): Using a Synthetic Peer to Investigate the Effect of Competitive Learning by Teaching in Mathematics Paper in AERA-2014 (accepted).
  2. N. Matsuda, C. L. Griger, N. Barbalios, G. Stylianides, W. W. Cohen, & K. R. Koedinger. (2014): Investigating the Effect of Meta-Cognitive Scaffolding for Learning by Teaching. in ITS-2014.
  3. Nan Li, William W. Cohen, and Ken Koedinger (2013): Problem Order Implications for Learning in IJAIE. (Originally published as: Nan Li, William W. Cohen, and Ken Koedinger (2012): Problem Order Implications for Learning Transfer in ITS-2012).
  4. Noboru Matsuda, E. Yarzebinski, V. Keiser, R. Raizada, William W. Cohen, G. J. Stylianides, & K. R. Koedinger (2013): Cognitive anatomy of tutor learning: Lessons learned with SimStudent. in Journal of Ed Psych, 105(4), 1152-1163. doi: 10.1037/a0031955. .
  5. Nan Li, William W. Cohen, and Ken Koedinger (2013): Discovering Student Models With A Clustering Algorithm Using Problem Content in EDM-2013.
  6. Nan Li, Yanduong Tian, William W. Cohen, and Ken Koedinger (2013): Integrating Perceptual Learning With External World Knowledge In A Simulated Student in AIED-2013.
  7. Nan Li, Eliane Stampfer, William W. Cohen, and Ken Koedinger (2013): Efficient Cross-Domain Cognitive Model Discovery Using A Simulated Student in CogSci-2013.
  8. Nan Li, William W. Cohen, Kenneth R. Koedinger (2012): Learning to Perceive Two-Dimensional Displays Using Probabilistic Grammars in ECML-2012.
  9. Nan Li, Abraham Schreiber, William W. Cohen, Kenneth R. Koedinger (2012): Creating Features from a Learned Grammar in a Simulated Student in ECAI-2012.
  10. Nan Li and William W. Cohen and Kenneth R. Koedinger and Noboru Matsuda (2011): A Machine Learning Approach for Automatic Student Model Discovery in EDM-2011.
  11. Noboru Matsuda, Evelyn Yarzebinski, Victoria Keiser, Rohan Raizada, Gabriel J. Stylianides, William W. Cohen, Kenneth R. Koedinger (2011): Learning by Teaching SimStudent - An Initial Classroom Baseline Study comparing with Cognitive Tutor in AIED-2011.
  12. Nan Li, William W. Cohen, and Kenneth R. Koedinger (2010): A Computational Model of Accelerated Future Learning through Feature Recognition in ITS-2010 (poster).
  13. Noboru Matsuda, Victoria Keiser, Rohan Raizada, Arthur Tu, Gabriel Stylianides, William W. Cohen, Kenneth R. Koedinger (2010): Learning by Teaching SimStudent: Technical Accomplishments and an Initial Use with Students in ITS-2010.
  14. Noboru Matsuda, Andrew Lee, William W. Cohen, and Ken Koedinger (2009): A Computational Model of How Learner Errors Arise from Weak Prior Knowledge in CogSci-2009.
  15. Noboru Matsuda, William W. Cohen, Jonathan Sewall, Gustavo Lacerda, Kenneth Koedinger (2008): SimStudent: Building an Intelligent Tutoring System by Tutoring a Synthetic Student in limbo.
  16. Noboru Matsuda, William W. Cohen, Jonathan Sewall, Gustavo Lacerda, and Kenneth R. Koedinger (2008): Why Tutored Problem Solving may be better than Example Study: Theoretical Implications from a Simulated-Student Study in ITS-2008.
  17. Noboru Matsuda, William Cohen, Jonathan Sewall, Gustavo Lacerda and Ken Koedinger (2007): Predicting students performance with a SimStudent that learns cognitive skills from observation in AIED-2007.
  18. Noboru Matsuda, William Cohen, Jonathan Sewall, Gustavo Lacerda and Ken Koedinger (2007): Evaluating a simulated student using real students data for training and testing in UM-2007.
  19. Noboru Matsuda, William Cohen & Ken Koedinger (2006): What characterizes a better demonstration for cognitive modeling by demonstration? in CMU SCS Technical Report Series (CMU-ML-06-106).
  20. Noboru Matsuda, William W. Cohen, Jonathan Sewall, Kenneth R. Koedinger (2006): Applying Machine Learning to Cognitive Modeling for Cognitive Tutors in CMU SCS Technical Report Series (CMU-ML-06-105).
  21. Noboru Matsuda, William Cohen & Ken Koedinger (2005): An Intelligent Authoring System with Programming by Demonstration. in Proceedings of the Japan National Conference on Information and Systems in Education.
  22. Noboru Matsuda, William Cohen & Ken Koedinger (2005): Building Cognitive Tutors with Programming by Demonstration in ILP-2005 (late-breaking paper).
  23. Noboru Matsuda, William Cohen & Ken Koedinger (2005): Applying Programming by Demonstration in an Intelligent Authoring Tool for Cognitive Tutors in AAAI Workshop on Human Comprehensible Machine Learning.

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