Jindi Wang

Jindi Wang
Durham University | DU · School of Engineering and Computing Sciences

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Knowledge tracing aims to estimate students’ knowledge state or skill mastering level over time, which is evolving into an essential task in educational technology. Traditional knowledge tracing algorithms generally use one or a few features to predict students’ behaviour and do not consider the latent relations between these features, which could...
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Sign languages enable effective communication between deaf and hearing people. Despite years of extensive pedagogical research, learning sign language online comes with a number of difficulties that might be frustrating for some students. Indeed, most of the existing approaches rely heavily on learning resources uploaded on websites, assuming that...
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The use of sign language is a highly effective way of communicating with individuals who experience hearing loss. Despite extensive research, many learners find traditional methods of learning sign language, such as web-based question-answer methods, to be unengaging. This has led to the development of new techniques, such as the use of virtual rea...
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Virtual reality (VR) technology capably complements exhibitions. Despite the considerable attention to the development of VR exhibitions, corresponding 3D user interface (UIs) design is in strong need. In this paper, we focus on the design of 3D UIs for VR exhibitions based on head-mounted displays (HMDs). The paper presents two workshops: one expl...
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The continuous application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies in online education has led to significant progress, especially in the field of Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS), online courses and learning management systems (LMS). An important research direction of the field is to provide students with customised learning trajectories vi...
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The use of sign language is a highly effective way of communicating with individuals who experience hearing loss. Despite extensive research, many learners find traditional methods of learning sign language, such as web-based question-answer methods, to be unengaging. This has led to the development of new techniques, such as the use of virtual rea...
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With the rapid development of Artificial Intelligence (AI), an increasing number of Machine Learning (ML) technologies have been widely applied in many aspects of life. In the field of education, Intelligence Tutoring Systems (ITS) have also made significant advancements using these technologies. Developing different teaching strategies automatical...
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Sign language can make possible effective communication between hearing and deaf-mute people. Despite years of extensive pedagogical research, learning sign language remains a formidable task, with the majority of the current systems relying extensively on online learning resources, presuming that users would regularly access them; yet, this approa...
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With the rapid development of Artificial Intelligence (AI), an increasing number of Machine Learning (ML) technologies have been widely applied in many aspects of life. In the field of education, Intelligence Tutoring Systems (ITS) have also made significant advancements using these technologies. Developing different teaching strategies automatical...
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Sign language can make possible effective communication between hearing and deaf-mute people. Despite years of extensive pedagogical research, learning sign language remains a formidable task, with the majority of the current systems relying extensively on online learning resources, presuming that users would regularly access them; yet, this approa...
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With the identification of the inequality encoded in information acquisition among social classes, we propose to leverage a powerful concept that has never been studied as a linguistic construct, "fun", to deconstruct the inequality. Inspired by theories in sociology, we draw connection between social class and information cocoon, through the lens...

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