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36EEPamela W. Jordan, Diane J. Litman, Michael Lipschultz, Joanna Drummond: Evidence of Misunderstandings in Tutorial Dialogue and their Impact on Learning. AIED 2009: 125-132
35EEMin Chi, Pamela W. Jordan, Kurt VanLehn, Diane J. Litman: To Elicit Or To Tell: Does It Matter? AIED 2009: 197-204
34EECynthia Kersey, Barbara Di Eugenio, Pamela W. Jordan, Sandra Katz: Knowledge Co-construction and Initiative in Peer Learning Interactions. AIED 2009: 325-332
33EEMin Chi, Pamela W. Jordan, Kurt VanLehn, Moses Hall: Reinforcement Learning-based Feature Seleciton For Developing Pedagogically Effective Tutorial Dialogue Tactics. EDM 2008: 258-265
32EEPamela W. Jordan, Diane J. Litman: Minimal Feedback During Tutorial Dialogue. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2008: 671-673
31 Pamela W. Jordan, Brian Hall, Michael A. Ringenberg, Yui Cue, Carolyn Penstein Rosé: Tools for Authoring a Dialogue Agent that Participates in Learning Studies. AIED 2007: 43-50
30 Pamela W. Jordan: Topic Initiative in a Simulated Peer Dialogue Agent. AIED 2007: 581-583
29 Pamela W. Jordan, Kurt VanLehn: Rapidly Creating a Tutorial Dialogue System Using the TuTalk Tool Suite. AIED 2007: 728
28 Pamela W. Jordan, Maxim Makatchev, Umarani Pappuswamy, Kurt VanLehn, Patricia L. Albacete: A Natural Language Tutorial Dialogue System for Physics. FLAIRS Conference 2006: 521-526
27 Maxim Makatchev, Kurt VanLehn, Pamela W. Jordan, Umarani Pappuswamy: Representation and Reasoning for Deeper Natural Language Understanding in a Physics Tutoring System. FLAIRS Conference 2006: 682-687
26 Pamela W. Jordan, Patricia L. Albacete, Kurt VanLehn: Taking Control of Redundancy in Scripted Tutorial Dialogue. AIED 2005: 314-321
25EEUmarani Pappuswamy, Dumisizwe Bhembe, Pamela W. Jordan, Kurt VanLehn: A Supervised Clustering Method for Text Classification. CICLing 2005: 704-714
24 Umarani Pappuswamy, Dumisizwe Bhembe, Pamela W. Jordan, Kurt VanLehn: A Multi-Tier NL-Knowledge Clustering for Classifying Students' Essays. FLAIRS Conference 2005: 566-571
23EEPamela W. Jordan, Marilyn A. Walker: Learning Content Selection Rules for Generating Object Descriptions in Dialogue. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 24: 157-194 (2005)
22 Pamela W. Jordan: Using Student Explanations as Models for Adapting Tutorial Dialogue. FLAIRS Conference 2004
21EEMaxim Makatchev, Pamela W. Jordan, Umarani Pappuswamy, Kurt VanLehn: Abductive Proofs as Models of Students' Reasoning about Qualitative Physics. ICCM 2004: 166-171
20EEPamela W. Jordan, Maxim Makatchev, Kurt VanLehn: Combining Competing Language Understanding Approaches in an Intelligent Tutoring System. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2004: 346-357
19EEMaxim Makatchev, Pamela W. Jordan, Kurt VanLehn: Modeling Students' Reasoning About Qualitative Physics: Heuristics for Abductive Proof Search. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2004: 699-709
18EENeil T. Heffernan, Peter M. Wiemer-Hastings, Gregory Aist, Vincent Aleven, Ivon Arroyo, Paul Brna, Mark G. Core, Martha W. Evens, Reva Freedman, Michael Glass, Arthur C. Graesser, Kenneth R. Koedinger, Pamela W. Jordan, Diane J. Litman, Evelyn Lulis, Helen Pain, Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Beverly Park Woolf, Claus Zinn: Workshop on Dialog-Based Intelligent Tutoring Systems: State of the Art and New Research Directions. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2004: 914
17EEMaxim Makatchev, Pamela W. Jordan, Kurt VanLehn: Abductive Theorem Proving for Analyzing Student Explanations to Guide Feedback in Intelligent Tutoring Systems. J. Autom. Reasoning 32(3): 187-226 (2004)
16EEKurt VanLehn, Pamela W. Jordan, Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Dumisizwe Bhembe, Michael Böttner, Andy Gaydos, Maxim Makatchev, Umarani Pappuswamy, Michael A. Ringenberg, Antonio Roque, Stephanie Siler, Ramesh Srivastava: The Architecture of Why2-Atlas: A Coach for Qualitative Physics Essay Writing. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2002: 158-167
15 Arthur C. Graesser, Kurt VanLehn, Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Pamela W. Jordan, Derek Harter: Intelligent Tutoring Systems with Conversational Dialogue. AI Magazine 22(4): 39-52 (2001)
14EEPamela W. Jordan: Can Nominal Expressions Achieve Multiple Goals? An Empirical Study. ACL 2000
13EEPamela W. Jordan, Marilyn A. Walker: Learning Attribute Selections for Non-Pronominal Expressions. ACL 2000
12EEKurt VanLehn, Reva Freedman, Pamela W. Jordan, R. Charles Murray, Remus Osan, Michael A. Ringenberg, Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Kay G. Schulze, Robert Shelby, Donald Treacy, Anders Weinstein, Mary Wintersgill: Fading and Deepening: The Next Steps for Andes and other Model-Tracing Tutors. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2000: 474-483
11EEBarbara Di Eugenio, Pamela W. Jordan, Richmond H. Thomason, Johanna D. Moore: The agreement process: an empirical investigation of human-human computer-mediated collaborative dialogs. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 53(6): 1017-1076 (2000)
10 Bonnie J. Dorr, Pamela W. Jordan, John W. Benoit: A survey of current paradigms in machine translation. Advances in Computers 49: 2-68 (1999)
9 Barbara Di Eugenio, Johanna D. Moore, Pamela W. Jordan, Richmond H. Thomason: An Empirical Investigation of Proposals in Collaborative Dialogues. COLING-ACL 1998: 325-329
8EEBarbara Di Eugenio, Pamela W. Jordan, Johanna D. Moore, Richmond H. Thomason: An Empirical Investigation of Proposals in Collaborative Dialogues CoRR cmp-lg/9806019: (1998)
7 Pamela W. Jordan, Marilyn A. Walker: Deciding to Remind During Collaborative Problem Solving: Empirical Evidence for Agent Strategies. AAAI/IAAI, Vol. 1 1996: 16-23
6 Pamela W. Jordan: Using Terminological Knowledge Representation Languages to Manage Linguistic Resources. ACL 1996: 366-368
5EEPamela W. Jordan: Using Terminological Knowledge Representation Languages to Manage Linguistic Resources CoRR cmp-lg/9605024: (1996)
4 Marilyn A. Walker, Pamela W. Jordan: Design-World: A Testbed of Communicative Action and Resource Limits. SIGART Bulletin 6(2): 34-38 (1995)
3EEKathryn L. Baker, Alexander Franz, Pamela W. Jordan, Teruko Mitamura, Eric Nyberg: Coping With Ambiguity in a Large-Scale Machine Translation System. COLING 1994: 90-94
2EEPamela W. Jordan, Bonnie J. Dorr, John W. Benoit: A first-pass approach for evaluating machine translation systems. Machine Translation 8(1-2): 49-58 (1993)
1 Pamela W. Jordan, Karl S. Keller, Richard W. Tucker, David Vogel: Software Storming: Combining Rapid Prototyping and Knowledge Engineering. IEEE Computer 22(5): 39-48 (1989)

Coauthor Index

1Gregory Aist [18]
2Patricia L. Albacete [26] [28]
3Vincent Aleven [18]
4Ivon Arroyo [18]
5Kathryn L. Baker [3]
6John W. Benoit [2] [10]
7Dumisizwe Bhembe [16] [24] [25]
8Michael Böttner [16]
9Paul Brna [18]
10Min Chi [33] [35]
11Mark G. Core [18]
12Yui Cue [31]
13Bonnie J. Dorr [2] [10]
14Joanna Drummond [36]
15Barbara Di Eugenio [8] [9] [11] [34]
16Martha W. Evens [18]
17Alexander Franz [3]
18Reva Freedman [12] [18]
19Andy Gaydos [16]
20Michael Glass [18]
21Arthur C. Graesser [15] [18]
22Brian Hall [31]
23Moses Hall [33]
24Derek Harter [15]
25Neil T. Heffernan [18]
26Sandra Katz [34]
27Karl S. Keller [1]
28Cynthia Kersey [34]
29Kenneth R. Koedinger [18]
30Michael Lipschultz [36]
31Diane J. Litman [18] [32] [35] [36]
32Evelyn Lulis [18]
33Maxim Makatchev [16] [17] [19] [20] [21] [27] [28]
34Teruko Mitamura [3]
35Johanna D. Moore [8] [9] [11]
36R. Charles Murray [12]
37Eric Nyberg [3]
38Remus Osan [12]
39Helen Pain [18]
40Umarani Pappuswamy [16] [21] [24] [25] [27] [28]
41Michael A. Ringenberg [12] [16] [31]
42Antonio Roque [16]
43Carolyn Penstein Rosé [12] [15] [16] [18] [31]
44Kay G. Schulze [12]
45Robert Shelby [12]
46Stephanie Siler [16]
47Ramesh Srivastava [16]
48Richmond H. Thomason [8] [9] [11]
49Donald Treacy [12]
50Richard W. Tucker [1]
51Kurt VanLehn [12] [15] [16] [17] [19] [20] [21] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [33] [35]
52David Vogel [1]
53Marilyn A. Walker [4] [7] [13] [23]
54Anders Weinstein [12]
55Peter M. Wiemer-Hastings [18]
56Mary Wintersgill [12]
57Beverly Park Woolf [18]
58Claus Zinn [18]

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