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Title: Providing knowledge support to scenario development in eLearning simulations
Authors: CHEN XI
Keywords: simulations; scenarios, knowledge management, problem-solving, decision-making
Issue Date: 28-Sep-2004
Citation: CHEN XI (2004-09-28). Providing knowledge support to scenario development in eLearning simulations. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Scenarios are used in various fields. It is useful to fill up the gap between the usera??s knowledge and a systema??s program issues. Ontology is a tool for knowledge sharing. Scenarios and ontology are all representation of knowledge. Business Simulation Games (BSG) and other e-learning environments are tools to impart various kinds of knowledge to the users, e.g. business and economics knowledge in BSG. In this paper, we propose an infrastructure of managing the knowledge in BSG by describing the process of building a scenario management system and modeling the knowledge in the form of ontology for the business simulation game.
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