Artificial Intelligence-Virtual Trainer: An educative system based on artificial intelligence and designed to produce varied and consistent training lessons

Abstract : AI-Virtual Trainer is an educative system using Artificial Intelligence to propose varied lessons to trainers. The agents of this multi-agent system apply case-based reasoning to build solutions by analogy. However, as required by the field, Artificial Intelligence-Virtual Trainer never proposes the same lesson twice, whereas the same objective may be set many times consecutively. The adaptation process of Artificial Intelligence-Virtual Trainer delivers an ordered set of exercises adapted to the objectives and sub-objectives chosen by trainers. This process has been enriched by including the notion of distance between exercises: the proposed tasks are not only appropriate but are hierarchically ordered. With this new version of the system, students are guided towards their objectives via an underlying theme. Finally, the agents responsible for the different parts of lessons collaborate with each other according to a dedicated protocol and decision-making policy since no exercise must appear more than once in the same lesson. The results prove that Artificial Intelligence-Virtual Trainer, however perfectible, meets the requirements of this field.
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Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part P: Journal of Sports Engineering and Technology, 2016, 〈10.1177/1754337116651013〉
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Julien Henriet, Julien Henriet, Julien Henriet, Julien Henriet. Artificial Intelligence-Virtual Trainer: An educative system based on artificial intelligence and designed to produce varied and consistent training lessons. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part P: Journal of Sports Engineering and Technology, 2016, 〈10.1177/1754337116651013〉. 〈hal-01385534〉

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