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The Development of Intelligent Educational Content


The structure of computer-aided design systems based on the ontology of the subject area is considered in this paper using the example of training in the design of technical objects, which can be used both by a person for training and by an information system for solving practical design problems. The term computer-aided design training system is instantiated as a real industrial system supplemented with learning elements.

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Correspondence to V. G. Mokrozub, N. V. Molotkova, E. S. Mishchenko or K. A. Aleynikova.

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Mokrozub, V.G., Molotkova, N.V., Mishchenko, E.S. et al. The Development of Intelligent Educational Content. Autom. Doc. Math. Linguist. 56, 55–62 (2022).

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  • digital university
  • educational content
  • virtual office
  • design