par Doignon, Jean-Paul ;Falmagne, Jean-Claude ;Cosyn, Eric
Référence Knowledge Spaces: Applications in Education, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, page (131-145)
Publication Publié, 2013-01
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Résumé : The core of an educational software based on learning space theory, such as the ALEKS system, is a combinatorial structure representing the cognitive organization of a particular curriculum, like beginning algebra or 4th grade arithmetic. This structure consists in a family K of subsets of a basic set Q. The elements of Q are the types of problems to be mastered by a student learning the curriculum.