A Framework for Model-Based Adaptive Training

Foundation - Conclusion

The work presented in this chapter is identifying elements which promote an adaptive model-based application. These elements need to be placed in a general theoretical framework for training and expertise specification.

The MOBAT framework needs the capability to map contextual details to the adaptive aspects of a model-based approach.

For example:

what are the appropriate subject areas for Model Based Training (e.g., what is an appropriate model) in a (changing) industrial environment;

can the problem-space [Newell 1981] be used to formally specify ITS domains (i.e., to map and create a conceptual representation of the domain);

can generic tasks [Leitch & Gallanti 1992] be linked to problem solving methods [van de Brug et. al. 1986] within a training framework;

how can an ITS itself embody principles of learning (e.g., across-trial, within-trial and across-task transfer of learning [Laird et. al. 1987]) ?

The next chapter describes the ITSIE methodology for the initial approach in training system specification. The concepts from chapter 2 and chapter 3 are adapted and extended in the remaining chapters to form the proposed framework for model-based adaptive training.
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