Some Re-Thinking of the Psycho-Educational Diagnostic Process from the Perspective of Developing a Computer-Guided Expert System
It has become customary to refer to educational applications of computer technology, e.g., in fostering learning, as computer-assisted; whereas in the research project with which we are engaged is concerned, we refer to “computer-guided diagnosis.” What’s in a name? As things are turning out, quite a lot.
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