`Collaborated with:`

J.E.Beck M.Feng Z.A.Pardos Y.Gong J.Beck K.R.Koedinger A.B.Goldstein R.S.J.d.Baker Y.Wang D.Rai C.Ruiz

`Talks about:`

learn (6) student (4) can (4) test (3) question (2) knowledg (2) predict (2) paramet (2) system (2) random (2)

## Person: Neil T. Heffernan

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### Contributed to:

### Wrote 11 papers:

- EDM-2010-FengH #assessment #learning #question #student #testing
- Can We Get Better Assessment From A Tutoring System Compared to Traditional Paper Testing? Can We Have Our Cake (Better Assessment) and Eat It too (Student Learning During the Test)? (MF, NTH), pp. 41–50.
- EDM-2010-GoldsteinBH #learning
- Pinpointing Learning Moments; A finer grain P(J) model (ABG, RSJdB, NTH), pp. 289–290.
- EDM-2010-GongBH #multi #parametricity #using
- Using multiple Dirichlet distributions to improve parameter plausibility (YG, JEB, NTH), pp. 61–70.
- EDM-2010-PardosH #algorithm #convergence #modelling #navigation #parametricity #visualisation
- Navigating the parameter space of Bayesian Knowledge Tracing models: Visualizations of the convergence of the Expectation Maximization algorithm (ZAP, NTH), pp. 161–170.
- EDM-2010-WangHB #performance #representation #student
- Representing Student Performance with Partial Credit (YW, NTH, JEB), pp. 335–336.
- EDM-2009-FengBH #composition #education #learning #using
- Using Learning Decomposition and Bootstrapping with Randomization to Compare the Impact of Different Educational Interventions on Learning (MF, JB, NTH), pp. 51–60.
- EDM-2009-GongRBH #learning #question #self #student
- Does Self-Discipline impact students’ knowledge and learning? (YG, DR, JB, NTH), pp. 61–70.
- EDM-2009-PardosH #order #problem #random #set
- Determining the Significance of Item Order In Randomized Problem Sets (ZAP, NTH), pp. 111–120.
- EDM-2008-FengBHK #predict #question
- Can an Intelligent Tutoring System Predict Math Proficiency as Well as a Standarized Test? (MF, JEB, NTH, KRK), pp. 107–116.
- EDM-2008-FengHBK #predict #question #student
- Can we predict which groups of questions students will learn from? (MF, NTH, JEB, KRK), pp. 218–225.
- EDM-2008-PardosHRB #analysis #composition #multi
- The Composition Effect: Conjuntive or Compensatory? An Analysis of Multi-Skill Math Questions in ITS (ZAP, NTH, CR, JEB), pp. 147–156.