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|Title:||Developing a design system into an intelligent tutoring system||Authors:||Cheok, B.T.
|Issue Date:||1997||Citation:||Cheok, B.T.,Nee, A.Y.C. (1997). Developing a design system into an intelligent tutoring system. International Journal of Engineering Education 13 (5) : 341-346. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||As the techniques of artificial intelligence become more widely used, an increasing number of knowledge-based design systems has been developed to handle problems that cannot be solved by traditional computational-based systems. Knowledge-based design systems are embedded with a wealth of design rules and heuristics. In addition, the architecture of knowledge-based system has features such as symbolic and structured programming, objects, rules manipulation, and rule-tracing and explanation. Therefore, they are ideal candidates for development into intelligent tutoring systems (ITS). This paper explains how a knowledge-based design prototype system for progressive die design is developed into an ITS that can be used to teach authentic design activities both in the classroom and on-the-job. It illustrates how the flexibility offered in the trainee-system interaction facilitates the exploration of design alternatives and case studies to tackle open-ended design problems. The ITS uses a computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) system as the front-end and automates many of the tedious drafting, measurement, shape recognition and manipulation tasks associated with progressive die planning and design. Therefore, it promises to be a more effective training aid which can help shorten the traditionally long period of apprenticeship training program which a trainee has to follow.||Source Title:||International Journal of Engineering Education||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/58093||ISSN:||0949149X|
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