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|Title: ||Personal Recommender Simulation|
|Authors: ||Van den Berg, Bert|
|Issue Date: ||22-Mar-2008|
|Abstract: ||The main goal of our project is to research and develop technologies that support users in Learning Networks. One of the questions in this research is how to tackle the problem of the difficulty for learners to navigate through the network: what is the most effective way to reach the learning target or which course can be studied best after finishing a particular one?
The aim of this program is to simulate recommendations (strategies) of learning actions (LA's) for learners in a learning network with different (sub) domains, targets, preferences and competences.
It is used to explore and to research the effectiveness of different recommendation strategies in various settings.|
|Description: ||The simulation and its background is described in detail in: Simulating [in the search] for lightweight Personalised Recommendation Systems in Learning Networks: A case for Pedagogy-Oriented Rating-based Hybrid Recommendation Strategies
Rob J. Nadolski, Bert van den Berg, Adriana J. Berlanga, Hendrik Drachsler, Hans G.K. Hummel, Rob Koper and Peter B. Sloep. Open University of the Netherlands.
Available under the three clause BSD licence, Copyright TENCompetence Foundation.|
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