Digital Signal Processing


Towards Optimizing Learning Paths in a System e-Learning Adaptive Application of Ant Algorithm (Aco)

Authors: Samir ALLACH, Mohammad ESSAAIDI, Mohamed BEN AHMED

Adaptive E-learning, refers to a training concept in which technology is introduced step by step in all aspects of the business of training. A technique, inspired by the Ant Colony Optimization (ACO), is proposed to optimize the learning path. The proposed platform is modeled by a graph where nodes represent the educational elements (lessons or exercises), and arcs link navigation between them. Each of the arcs is also a value that describes its importance in relation to teaching neighboring arcs. Students are represented by virtual agents (ants) who use these links.

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[v1] 2012-08-18 21:40:38

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