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82EEMin Chi, Pamela W. Jordan, Kurt VanLehn, Diane J. Litman: To Elicit Or To Tell: Does It Matter? AIED 2009: 197-204
81EERobert G. M. Hausmann, Timothy J. Nokes, Kurt VanLehn, Brett van de Sande: Collaborative Dialog While Studying Worked-out Examples. AIED 2009: 596-598
80EEW. Lewis Johnson, Kurt VanLehn: Scalability Issues in AIED. AIED 2009: 807
79EEStephanie Siler, Kurt VanLehn: Learning, Interactional, and Motivational Outcomes in One-to-One Synchronous Computer-mediated versus Face-to-Face Tutoring. I. J. Artificial Intelligence in Education 19(1): 73-102 (2009)
78EEMin Chi, Pamela W. Jordan, Kurt VanLehn, Moses Hall: Reinforcement Learning-based Feature Seleciton For Developing Pedagogically Effective Tutorial Dialogue Tactics. EDM 2008: 258-265
77 Robert G. M. Hausmann, Brett van de Sande, Kurt VanLehn: Trialog: How Peer Collaboration Helps Remediate Errors in an ITS. FLAIRS Conference 2008: 415-420
76EEMin Chi, Kurt VanLehn: Eliminating the Gap between the High and Low Students through Meta-cognitive Strategy Instruction. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2008: 603-613
75EERobert G. M. Hausmann, Brett van de Sande, Kurt VanLehn: Shall We Explain? Augmenting Learning from Intelligent Tutoring Systems and Peer Collaboration. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2008: 636-645
74EEKurt VanLehn: The Interaction Plateau: Answer-Based Tutoring < Step-Based Tutoring = Natural Tutoring. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2008: 7
73EERoxana Gheorghiu, Kurt VanLehn: XTutor: An Intelligent Tutor System for Science and Math Based on Excel. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2008: 749-751
72EESung-Young Jung, Kurt VanLehn: Bi-directional Search for Bugs: A Tool for Accelerating Knowledge Acquisition for Equation-Based Tutoring Systems. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2008: 758-762
71 Adaeze Nwaigwe, Kenneth R. Koedinger, Kurt VanLehn, Robert G. M. Hausmann, Anders Weinstein: Exploring Alternative Methods for Error Attribution in Learning Curves Analysis in Intelligent Tutoring Systems. AIED 2007: 246-253
70 Maxim Makatchev, Kurt VanLehn: Combining Bayesian Networks and Formal Reasoning for Semantic Classification of Student Utterances. AIED 2007: 307-314
69 Min Chi, Kurt VanLehn: Accelerated Future Learning via Explicit Instruction of a Problem Solving Strategy. AIED 2007: 409-416
68 Robert G. M. Hausmann, Kurt VanLehn: Explaining Self-Explaining: A Contrast between Content and Generation. AIED 2007: 417-424
67 Min Chi, Kurt VanLehn: Domain-Specific and Domain-Independent Interactive Behaviors in Andes. AIED 2007: 548-550
66 Min Chi, Kurt VanLehn: Porting an Intelligent Tutoring System across Domains. AIED 2007: 551-553
65 Scotty D. Craig, Kurt VanLehn, Soniya Gadgil, Micki Chi: Learning from Collaboratively Observing Videos during Problem Solving with Andes. AIED 2007: 554-556
64 Pamela W. Jordan, Kurt VanLehn: Rapidly Creating a Tutorial Dialogue System Using the TuTalk Tool Suite. AIED 2007: 728
63EEKurt VanLehn, Kenneth R. Koedinger, Alida Skogsholm, Adaeze Nwaigwe, Robert G. M. Hausmann, Anders Weinstein, Benjamin Billings: What's in a Step? Toward General, Abstract Representations of Tutoring System Log Data. User Modeling 2007: 455-459
62 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
61 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
60EER. Charles Murray, Kurt VanLehn: A Comparison of Decision-Theoretic, Fixed-Policy and Random Tutorial Action Selection. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2006: 114-123
59EEMichael A. Ringenberg, Kurt VanLehn: Scaffolding Problem Solving with Annotated, Worked-Out Examples to Promote Deep Learning. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2006: 625-634
58EEDiane J. Litman, Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Katherine Forbes-Riley, Kurt VanLehn, Dumisizwe Bhembe, Scott Silliman: Spoken Versus Typed Human and Computer Dialogue Tutoring. I. J. Artificial Intelligence in Education 16(2): 145-170 (2006)
57EEKurt VanLehn: The Behavior of Tutoring Systems. I. J. Artificial Intelligence in Education 16(3): 227-265 (2006)
56 Pamela W. Jordan, Patricia L. Albacete, Kurt VanLehn: Taking Control of Redundancy in Scripted Tutorial Dialogue. AIED 2005: 314-321
55 Maxim Makatchev, Kurt VanLehn: Analyzing Completeness and Correctness of Utterances Using an ATMS. AIED 2005: 403-410
54 Noboru Matsuda, Kurt VanLehn: Advanced Geometry Tutor: An intelligent tutor that teaches proof-writing with construction. AIED 2005: 443-450
53 Kurt VanLehn, Collin Lynch, Kay G. Schulze, Joel A. Shapiro, Robert Shelby, Linwood Taylor, Donald Treacy, Anders Weinstein, Mary Wintersgill: The Andes Physics Tutoring System: Five Years of Evaluations. AIED 2005: 678-685
52 R. Charles Murray, Kurt VanLehn: Effects of Dissuading Unnecessary Help Requests While Providing Proactive Help. AIED 2005: 887-889
51EEUmarani Pappuswamy, Dumisizwe Bhembe, Pamela W. Jordan, Kurt VanLehn: A Supervised Clustering Method for Text Classification. CICLing 2005: 704-714
50 Umarani Pappuswamy, Dumisizwe Bhembe, Pamela W. Jordan, Kurt VanLehn: A Multi-Tier NL-Knowledge Clustering for Classifying Students' Essays. FLAIRS Conference 2005: 566-571
49EEH. Chad Lane, Kurt VanLehn: Intention-based scoring: an approach to measuring success at solving the composition problem. SIGCSE 2005: 373-377
48EEKurt VanLehn, Collin Lynch, Kay G. Schulze, Joel A. Shapiro, Robert Shelby, Linwood Taylor, Donald Treacy, Anders Weinstein, Mary Wintersgill: The Andes Physics Tutoring System: Lessons Learned. I. J. Artificial Intelligence in Education 15(3): 147-204 (2005)
47EECarolyn Penstein Rosé, Kurt VanLehn: An Evaluation of a Hybrid Language Understanding Approach for Robust Selection of Tutoring Goals. I. J. Artificial Intelligence in Education 15(4): 325-355 (2005)
46 H. Chad Lane, Kurt VanLehn: A Dialogue-Based Tutoring System for Beginning Programming. FLAIRS Conference 2004
45EEMaxim Makatchev, Pamela W. Jordan, Umarani Pappuswamy, Kurt VanLehn: Abductive Proofs as Models of Students' Reasoning about Qualitative Physics. ICCM 2004: 166-171
44EEPamela W. Jordan, Maxim Makatchev, Kurt VanLehn: Combining Competing Language Understanding Approaches in an Intelligent Tutoring System. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2004: 346-357
43EEDiane J. Litman, Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Katherine Forbes-Riley, Kurt VanLehn, Dumisizwe Bhembe, Scott Silliman: Spoken Versus Typed Human and Computer Dialogue Tutoring. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2004: 368-379
42EEKurt VanLehn, Dumiszewe Bhembe, Min Chi, Collin Lynch, Kay G. Schulze, Robert Shelby, Linwood Taylor, Donald Treacy, Anders Weinstein, Mary Wintersgill: Implicit Versus Explicit Learning of Strategies in a Non-procedural Cognitive Skill. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2004: 521-530
41EEMaxim Makatchev, Pamela W. Jordan, Kurt VanLehn: Modeling Students' Reasoning About Qualitative Physics: Heuristics for Abductive Proof Search. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2004: 699-709
40EER. Charles Murray, Kurt VanLehn, Jack Mostow: Looking Ahead to Select Tutorial Actions: A Decision-Theoretic Approach. I. J. Artificial Intelligence in Education 14(3-4): 235-278 (2004)
39EENoboru Matsuda, Kurt VanLehn: GRAMY: A Geometry Theorem Prover Capable of Construction. J. Autom. Reasoning 32(1): 3-33 (2004)
38EEMaxim 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)
37EECarolyn Penstein Rosé, Antonio Roque, Dumisizwe Bhembe, Kurt VanLehn: A Hybrid Approach to Content Analysis for Automatic Essay Grading. HLT-NAACL 2003
36EEH. Chad Lane, Kurt VanLehn: Coached program planning: dialogue-based support for novice program design. SIGCSE 2003: 148-152
35EEKurt VanLehn: The Advantages of Explicitly Representing Problem Spaces. User Modeling 2003: 3
34EENoboru Matsuda, Kurt VanLehn: Modeling Hinting Strategies for Geometry Theorem Proving. User Modeling 2003: 373-377
33EEKurt 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
32EEKurt VanLehn, Collin Lynch, Linwood Taylor, Anders Weinstein, Robert Shelby, Kay G. Schulze, Donald Treacy, Mary Wintersgill: Minimally Invasive Tutoring of Complex Physics Problem Solving. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2002: 367-376
31EECarolyn Penstein Rosé, Dumisizwe Bhembe, Antonio Roque, Stephanie Siler, Ramesh Srivastava, Kurt VanLehn: A Hybrid Language Understanding Approach for Robust Selection of Tutoring Goals. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2002: 552-561
30EECristina Conati, Abigail S. Gertner, Kurt VanLehn: Using Bayesian Networks to Manage Uncertainty in Student Modeling. User Model. User-Adapt. Interact. 12(4): 371-417 (2002)
29EECristina Conati, Kurt VanLehn: Providing adaptive support to the understanding of instructional material. IUI 2001: 41-47
28 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)
27 Gilles Gauthier, Claude Frasson, Kurt VanLehn: Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 5th International Conference, ITS 2000, Montréal, Canada, June 19-23, 2000, Proceedings Springer 2000
26EEAbigail S. Gertner, Kurt VanLehn: Andes: A Coached Problem Solving Environment for Physics. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2000: 133-142
25EER. Charles Murray, Kurt VanLehn: DT Tutor: A Decision-Theoretic, Dynamic Approach for Optimal Selection of Tutorial Actions. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2000: 153-162
24EECristina Conati, Kurt VanLehn: Further Results from the Evaluation of an Intelligent Computer Tutor to Coach Self-Explanation. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2000: 304-313
23EEReva Freedman, Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Michael A. Ringenberg, Kurt VanLehn: ITS Tools for Natural Language Dialogue: A Domain-Independent Parser and Planner. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2000: 433-442
22EEKurt 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
21EEPatricia L. Albacete, Kurt VanLehn: The Conceptual Helper: An Intelligent Tutoring System for Teaching Fundamental Physics Concepts. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2000: 564-573
20EENoboru Matsuda, Kurt VanLehn: A Reification of a Strategy for Geometry Theorem Proving. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2000: 660
19 Abigail S. Gertner, Cristina Conati, Kurt VanLehn: Procedural Help in Andes: Generating Hints Using a Bayesian Network Student Model. AAAI/IAAI 1998: 106-111
18EEKurt VanLehn, Zhendong Niu, Stephanie Siler, Abigail S. Gertner: Student Modeling from Conversational Test Data: A Bayesian Approach Without Priors. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 1998: 434-443
17 Kurt VanLehn: Analogy Events: How Examples are Used During Problem Solving. Cognitive Science 22(3): 347-388 (1998)
16 Kurt VanLehn: Conceptual and Meta Learning During Coached Problem Solving. Intelligent Tutoring Systems 1996: 29-47
15EEJoel D. Martin, Kurt VanLehn: Student assessment using Bayesian nets. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 42(6): 575-591 (1995)
14 Randolph M. Jones, Kurt VanLehn: Acquisition of Children's Addition Strategies: A Model of Impasse-Free, Knowledge-Level Learning. Machine Learning 16(1-2): 11-36 (1994)
13 Kurt VanLehn, Randolph M. Jones: Better Learners Use Analogical Problem Solving Sparingly. ICML 1993: 338-345
12 Kurt VanLehn, Randolph M. Jones: Learning Physics Via Explanation-Based Learning of Correctness and Analogical Search Control. ML 1991: 110-114
11 Randolph M. Jones, Kurt VanLehn: A Computational Model of Acquisition for Children's Addtion Strategies. ML 1991: 65-69
10 Beverly Park Woolf, Elliot Soloway, William J. Clancey, Kurt VanLehn, Daniel D. Suthers: Knowledge-Based Environments for Teaching and Learning - Workshop Report. AI Magazine 11(5): 74-77 (1991)
9 Kurt VanLehn: Rule Acquisition Events in the Discovery of Problem-Solving Strategies. Cognitive Science 15(1): 1-47 (1991)
8 Kurt VanLehn: Discovering Problem Solving Strategies: What Humans Do and Machines Don't (Yet). ML 1989: 215-217
7 Kurt VanLehn, William Ball, Bernadette Kowalski: Non-LIFO Execution of Cognitive Procedures. Cognitive Science 13(3): 415-465 (1989)
6 Kurt VanLehn: Efficient Specialization of Relational Concepts. Machine Learning 4: 99-106 (1989)
5 Kurt VanLehn: Learning one Subprocedure per Lesson. Artif. Intell. 31(1): 1-40 (1987)
4 Kurt VanLehn, William Ball: A Version Space Approach to Learning Context-free Grammars. Machine Learning 2(1): 39-74 (1987)
3 Kurt VanLehn: John R. Anderson, The Architecture of Cognition. Artif. Intell. 28(2): 235-240 (1986)
2 Kurt VanLehn: R. S. Michalski, J. G. Carbonell and T. M. Mitchell, Machine Learning: An Artificial Intelligence Approach. Artif. Intell. 25(2): 233-236 (1985)
1 Kurt VanLehn: Human Procedural Skill Acquisition: Theory, Model and Psychological Validation. AAAI 1983: 420-423

Coauthor Index

1Patricia L. Albacete [21] [56] [62]
2William Ball [4] [7]
3Dumisizwe Bhembe [31] [33] [37] [43] [50] [51] [58]
4Dumiszewe Bhembe [42]
5Benjamin Billings [63]
6Michael Böttner [33]
7Micki Chi [65]
8Min Chi [42] [66] [67] [69] [76] [78] [82]
9William J. Clancey [10]
10Cristina Conati [19] [24] [29] [30]
11Scotty D. Craig [65]
12Katherine Forbes-Riley (Katherine Forbes) [43] [58]
13Claude Frasson [27]
14Reva Freedman [22] [23]
15Soniya Gadgil [65]
16Gilles Gauthier [27]
17Andy Gaydos [33]
18Abigail S. Gertner [18] [19] [26] [30]
19Roxana Gheorghiu [73]
20Arthur C. Graesser [28]
21Moses Hall [78]
22Derek Harter [28]
23Robert G. M. Hausmann [63] [68] [71] [75] [77] [81]
24W. Lewis Johnson [80]
25Randolph M. Jones [11] [12] [13] [14]
26Pamela W. Jordan [22] [28] [33] [38] [41] [44] [45] [50] [51] [56] [61] [62] [64] [78] [82]
27Sung-Young Jung [72]
28Kenneth R. Koedinger [63] [71]
29Bernadette Kowalski [7]
30H. Chad Lane [36] [46] [49]
31Diane J. Litman [43] [58] [82]
32Collin Lynch [32] [42] [48] [53]
33Maxim Makatchev [33] [38] [41] [44] [45] [55] [61] [62] [70]
34Joel D. Martin [15]
35Noboru Matsuda [20] [34] [39] [54]
36Jack Mostow [40]
37R. Charles Murray [22] [25] [40] [52] [60]
38Zhendong Niu [18]
39Timothy J. Nokes [81]
40Adaeze Nwaigwe [63] [71]
41Remus Osan [22]
42Umarani Pappuswamy [33] [45] [50] [51] [61] [62]
43Michael A. Ringenberg [22] [23] [33] [59]
44Antonio Roque [31] [33] [37]
45Carolyn Penstein Rosé [22] [23] [28] [31] [33] [37] [43] [47] [58]
46Brett van de Sande [75] [77] [81]
47Kay G. Schulze [22] [32] [42] [48] [53]
48Joel A. Shapiro [48] [53]
49Robert Shelby [22] [32] [42] [48] [53]
50Stephanie Siler [18] [31] [33] [79]
51Scott Silliman [43] [58]
52Alida Skogsholm [63]
53Elliot Soloway [10]
54Ramesh Srivastava [31] [33]
55Daniel D. Suthers [10]
56Linwood Taylor [32] [42] [48] [53]
57Donald Treacy [22] [32] [42] [48] [53]
58Anders Weinstein [22] [32] [42] [48] [53] [63] [71]
59Mary Wintersgill [22] [32] [42] [48] [53]
60Beverly Park Woolf [10]

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