Introduction to Knowledge Spaces
Theory and Applications


Slides taken from the SOKRATES Course in Lisbon 1999 by Christof Körner
Extended by Gudrun Wesiak & Cord Hockemeyer, 2001

Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz / Austria
Department of Psychology - Cognitive Psychology Section
Univ. Prof. Dr. Dietrich Albert
Universitätsplatz 2, A-8010 Graz
Phone: (+43 316) 380-5104
Fax: (+43-316) 380-9806

Table of Contents


Theoretical Background and Fundamental Concepts

Behavioral Structures

Surmise Relations
Knowledge Structures
Surmise Systems and Knowledge Spaces
Surmise Relations between Tests

Generation and Validation of Knowledge Spaces

Problem Construction / Experimental Examples:

Construction and Solution of Chess problems
Problem Construction and Hypothesis

Number Series

Querying Experts


Applications to Computer Based Training

RATH, a Relational Adaptive Tutoring Hypertext

Relational Hypertext Model

ALEKS, Assessment and Learning in Knowledge Spaces


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