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Adaptivity in Web-Based CALL Galia Angelova1
 

Summary: Adaptivity in Web-Based CALL
Galia Angelova1
, Svetla Boytcheva2
, Ognian Kalaydjiev1
Stefan Trausan-Matu3
, Preslav Nakov1
and Albena Strupchanska1
Abstract. This paper presents the design, implementation and
some original features of a Web-based learning environment -
STyLE (Scientific Terminology Learning Environment). STyLE4
supports adaptive learning of English terminology with a target
user group of non-native speakers. It attempts to improve Compu-
ter-Aided Language Learning (CALL) by intelligent integration of
Natural Language Processing (NLP) and personalised Information
Retrieval (IR) into a single coherent system.
1 Introduction
Adaptive hypermedia is a relatively new research field with just a
few recent examples of its successful use [1]. In contrast to
traditional static systems that provide the same page content and
set of links, the adaptive hypermedia aims at tuning the content or

  

Source: Angelova, Galia - Linguistic Modelling Department, Institute for Parallel Processing (Sofia, Bulgaria)
Hearst, Marti - School of Information Management and Systems, University of California at Berkeley

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences