Leila Alem
Senior Research Scientist

Contact Details

E-mail: leila.alem@csiro.au

Sydney, Australia

Web-site: http://www.ict.csiro.au/staff/Leila.Alem/

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Research Interests


Recent Publications

J. Davis, J. Kay, B. Kummerfeld, J. Poon, A. Quigley, G. Saunders, K. Yacef, L. Alem, and A. McLean. Using workflow, user modeling and tutoring strategies for just-in-time document delivery. In Proceedings of Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED'03), pages 664-673, Sydney, 2003. University of Sydney, Australia. [View Details]

D. M. Zhang, L. Alem, and K. Yacef. Using Multi-Agent Approach for the Design of an Intelligent Learning Environment, Agents and Multi-Agent Systems Formalisms, Methodologies and Applications, volume 1441 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 220-230. Springer Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, 1998. [View Details]

D. M. Zhang, L. Alem, and K. Yacef. Using a multi-agent approach for the design of an intelligent learning environment. In Proceedings of Third Workshop, Distributed Artificial Intelligence (organised within the Australian Conference on Artificial Intelligence), pages 135-144, Perth, Australia, 1997. [View Details]

K. Yacef and L. Alem. The role of context in the assessment of operational skills: a case in air traffic control. In P. Brezillon and M. Cavalcanti, editors, Proceedings of CONTEXT'97 (International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Modeling and Using Context), pages 343-350, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1997. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. [View Details]

K. Yacef and L. Alem. Towards an assessment of skill acquisition in student modelling. In B. du Boulay and R. Mizoguchi, editors, Proceedings of AIED'97 (Artificial Intelligence in Education), pages 530-536, Kobe, Japan, 1997. IOS Press. [View Details]

K. Yacef and L. Alem. Evaluation of learner's skills in the context of dynamic and complex systems. In Proceedings of IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics (SMC'96), volume 3, pages 2200-2204, 1996. [View Details]

K. Yacef and L. Alem. Student and expert modelling for simulation-based training: a cost effective framework. In C. Frasson, G. Gauthier, and A. Lesgold, editors, Proceedings of ITS'96 (Third International Conference in Intelligent Tutoring Systems), volume 1086, pages 614-622. Springer-Verlag, 1996. [View Details]

L. Alem, K. Yacef, D. M. Zhang, and R. Mizoguchi. Filip: a framework for intelligent learning through interactive practice. In Proceedings of PRICAI '96, pages 47-54, Cairns, Australia, 1996. [View Details]

L. Alem, K. Yacef, and D. M. Zhang. Simulation based learning technology: its use for high performance task training. In L. Alem and B. Woolf, editors, Proceedings of ITS '96, Simulation-based learning technology workshop, pages 11-15, Montreal, Canada, 1996. [View Details]