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Steve Ritter, chief scientist at Carnegie Learning, said: The goal of intelligent tutoring systems has been to provide systems that act like individual human tutors and, as far as tending to learners' cognitive needs, we have been very successful.
The goal of intelligent tutoring systems has been to provide systems that act like individual human tutors and, as far as tending to learners' cognitive needs, we have been very successful," said Dr.
Intelligent tutoring systems that use virtual teachers to interact with students could play a vital role in the growing field of online education.
A sampling of topics: an interface between the situation calculus and logic programming, machine learning tools to time series forecasting, cellular mathematical morphology, a linguistically-based approach to detect causality relations in unrestricted text, uncertain reasoning in multi-agent ontology mapping on the semantic web, a comparative study of three metaheuristics applied to the traveling salesman problem, nonlinear servo adaptive fuzzy tracking, intelligent tutoring system with affective behavior, and a bio-inspired method for friction estimation.
A much more differentiated and individualized approach is possible through the use of an intelligent tutoring system (ITS).
1 Introduction Although the research on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AI-ED) can be traced back to the 80's, when the first ideas on Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) were introduced, presently it is going through an accelerated evolution process, mainly due to innovative computer technologies, such as hypermedia, Internet and virtual reality  .
The intelligent tutoring system for real estate management developed by the authors is described.
FA-Tutor, for example, is an Intelligent Tutoring System for financial analysis developed in a compiled variant of Prolog (Lusti, 1995).