An architecture for e-learning system with computational intelligence.
The Electronic Library 01/2008; 26:318-328.
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ABSTRACT: In recent years, there has been a growing interest to implement the integration of E-Learning systems running on different environments. And most of E-Learning systems are being designed based on client/server, peer to peer; and recently agent architectures. These systems have major drawbacks because of their limitations in scalability, availability, distribution of computing power and storage system, as well as sharing information between users that contribute in these systems. This paper will use the multi-agent technology to implement the cooperation and secure resource sharing among distributed individuals and institutions, and the different E-Learning systems. Every E-Learning system is encapsulated as an agent, then these agents can cooperate to implement a certain goal task, and at the same time, an E-Learning system integration platform is implemented by the integration of these agents.
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