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Francisco Pinto-Santos
University of Salamanca
Spain
Hector Sánchez San Blas
University of Salamanca
Spain
Manuel Salgado De La Iglesia
University of Salamanca
Spain
Xuzeng Mao
University of Salamanca
China
Vol. 7 No. 4 (2018), Articles, pages 5-16
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14201/ADCAIJ20187516
Accepted: May 6, 2019
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Abstract

E-Learning is a new learning approach that involves the use of electronic technologies to access education outside of a conventional classroom (Alonso Rincon,). The objective of E-Learning systems is to increase the students’ learning skills by providing a customized experience to each system user (Rodrigues, 2013). However, to accomplish this, it is necessary to monitor the continuous changes in the environment, mainly the students’ knowledge and skill acquisition. A multi-agent system architecture and a clustering algorithm are proposed for this purpose (as presented in (Rodrigues, 2014) This paper is an extension to the work of (Al-Tarabily, 2018) because it not only monitors changes in the student environment but also in the project environment, increasing the system’s adaptability and accuracy.

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