Design and Evaluation of an Intelligent Algorithm Tutoring system

By:
Dr. Suchitra Abel
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This paper describes, first, the learning technologies, as they exist in the US. Then it presents the current work called CML+, a methodology for teaching valuable algorithms to graduate students as well as company employees or government employees. This method has been implemented in Windows 2000, using a GUI based language called IDL (Interactive Data Language) 6.1. The future of this technology will also be discussed.


Keywords: algorithms, complexity measure, e-learning, engineering, learning tools
Stream: Knowledge and Technology
Presentation Type: Paper Presentation in English
Paper: Learning Technologies


Dr. Suchitra Abel

Adjunct Professor, Department of Computer Science, Santa Clara University
USA

I was born in India, but currently I am a US citizen. I have worked for several industries, including SRI International and Lockheed Martin. I have also taught at several major universities. Currently, I teach at the Department of Computer Engineering, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California, USA. I am the author of this paper and the implementation of the CML+ system, which has been found to be highly effective for learning crucial algorithms like Fast Fourier Transform. It is being used as supplementary material in several graduate courses. Company employees or government employees, e.g. NASA employees, will also benefit by using this system.


Ref: T05P0187