Table of contents for Active conceptual modeling of learning : next generation learning-base system development / Peter P. Chen, Leah Y. Wong (eds.) .


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Proceedings of Active Conceptual Modeling-Learning (ACM-L) Workshop, November 8, 2006, Tucson, Arizona, USA.- Overview of Papers in 2006 Active Conceptual Modeling of Learning (ACM-L) Workshop.- Architecture for Active Conceptual Modeling of Learning.- Understanding the Semantics of Data Provenance to Support Active Conceptual Modeling.- Adaptive and Context-Aware Reconciliation of Reactive and Pro-active Behavior in Evolving Systems.- A Common Core for Active Conceptual Modeling for Learning from Surprises.- Actively Evolving Conceptual Models for Mini-World and Run-Time Environment Changes.- Achievements and Problems of Conceptual Modelling.- Metaphor Modeling on the Semantic Web.- Schema Changes and Historical Information in Conceptual Models in Support of Adaptive Systems.- Using Active Modeling in Counterterrorism.- To Support Emergency Management by Using Active Modeling: A Case of Hurricane Katrina.- Using Ontological Modeling in a Context-Aware Summarization System to Adapt Text for Mobile Devices.- Accommodating Streams to Support Active Conceptual Modeling of Learning from Surprises.- Invited Paper.- Approaches to the Active Conceptual Modelling of Learning.- Spatio-temporal and Multi-representation Modeling: A Contribution to Active Conceptual Modeling.- Postponing Schema Definition: Low Instance-to-Entity Ratio (LItER) Modelling.- Research Issues in Active Conceptual Modeling of Learning: Summary of Panel Discussions in Two Workshops (May 2006) and (November 2006).


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Machine learning -- Congresses.