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Title: State-of-the-art of related technologies to Alfanet
Other Titles: Project Deliverable Report (Deliverable D12)- Active Learning for Adaptive Internet (ALFANET)
Authors: De Croock, Marcel
Mofers, Frans
Van Veen, Maarten
Van Rosmalen, Peter
Brouns, Francis
Boticario, Jesus G.
Barrera, Carmen
Santos, Olga
Ayala, Antonio
Gaudioso, Elena
Hernández, Félix
Arana, Cristina
Trueba, Irma
Keywords: State-of-the-art
E-Learning platforms
Learning Management systems
Computer supported collaborative learning
Knowledge management tools
Adaptive educational systems
Instructional design models
Web mining
User modelling
Machine Learning
Intelligent Agents
Multi agents architectures
Web access and services
EML
XML
Security concepts
Educational ontologies
Issue Date: 25-Oct-2002
Series/Report no.: ;ALFANET_D12_v1
Abstract: This report describes the results of the study into the State-of-the-art of technologies related to the Alfanet project. The aim of the study was to identify existing systems that could be used as components of the Alfanet system, technologies that could be used for the design of the system and peripheral systems and/or standards that the system should interface with or adhere to. 14 topics were studied. Each topic is described in detail in an appendix to the document. A summary of the results of each topic and conclusions for the development of the Alfanet system are included in the document.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/94
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