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This paper considers an IT structure by which knowledge can be stored and transferred between academia professors and students for distant training. An important and detailed work is carried out by experts in IT to develop the necessary programming environments and software by which the data, information and knowledge can be stored and retrieved. The core of the problem, however, lies on the cognitive approaches utilized by the ôKnowledge Administratorö of the IT platform to develop the interfaces between tutors and students and the actual formats of the training material. The approaches utilized for such cognitive processes and the experiments carried out in order to develop a prototype distant training course are described in some detail.

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Authors: PERASSI A, Polytechnic of Turin, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Torino (IT);CACCIABUE P C, JRC, ISIS, Ispra (IT)
Bibliographic Reference: An oral report given at: The 8th European CSAPC Conference. Held in: Munich (DE), 24-26 September 2001
Record Number: 200113955 / Last updated on: 2001-10-24
Original language: en
Available languages: en