Le paradigme d'agent dans le développement des plates-formes informatiques de formation à distance

Abstract : One attends an explosion of distance learning (DL) phenomenon. Deep mutations occur in DL, it spreads out on the big information networks as Internet. We must immediately say that this evolution of DL instead of being an effect of fashion, corresponds to the new needs of users: learning all life long, considering the amount of the diversity of learning rhythms and spaces, considering the amount of learners' requirements that can not be anymore satisfied by stereotyped learning objectives. During a DL training named Simuligne conducted by researchers belonging to French and British laboratories, we experienced the lack of features
that DL platforms still endure, notably an absence of indicators of group interaction rates that could permit to appreciate the state of groups involved, their durability and the progression of
the session. Due to the particular characteristics that must have the computer systems dedicated to DL: open and complex, evolutionary, flexible and autonomous; we resorted to the agent paradigm for their design and construction. Unfortunately, the big promises related to this new paradigm still endure a lack of methods and languages for the development of related systems.
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Aloys Mbala Hikolo, Christophe Reffay, Thomas Tamo Tatiétsé. Le paradigme d'agent dans le développement des plates-formes informatiques de formation à distance. Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication et Formation à Distance, Apr 2002, Yaoundé, Cameroun. pp.60-66. ⟨edutice-00000118⟩

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