Implementation of an Adaptive Learning System based on Agents and Web Services
Keywords:Adaptive Learning System, Multi-Agent System, Case Based Reasoning, Web Service, Java Agent DEvelopment platform
Today, the integration of web services and agent technology into Internet applications has attracted the attention of many researchers, so that these applications allow a web service to call an agent service and vice versa. Web services are emerging and promising technologies for the development, deploy-ment and integration of the Internet applications and the use of agents makes them dynamic and automatic, they can provide updates when there is new infor-mation available and improve the qualities of web services by exploiting the ca-pacities and the characteristics of agents. In this context, we propose a prototype of a multi-agent adaptive learning system based on Incremental Hybrid Case Based Reasoning in order to support the learner in his learning process by offer-ing him a learning path adapted to his profile and predict his future learning. This support will be achieved through the execution of a hybrid cycle of Case Based Reasoning which brings together a set of agents collaborating and interacting with each other to provide specific services.
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