Fisher, Doug (Vanderbilt University.) | Isbell, Charles (Georgia Institute of Technology) | Littman, Michael L. (Brown University) | Wollowski, Michael (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology) | Neller, Todd W. (Gettysburg College) | Boerkoel, Jim (Harvey Mudd College)
We present in this paper an innovative solution to the challenge of building effective educational technologies that offer tailored instruction to each individual learner. The proposed solution in the form of a conversational intelligent tutoring system, called DeepTutor, has been developed as a web application that is accessible 24/7 through a browser from any device connected to the Internet. The success of several large scale experiments with high-school students using DeepTutor is a solid proof that conversational intelligent tutoring at scale over the web is possible.
This is based on Andrew Ng's popular machine learning class on Coursera. I didn't see anyone documenting the solutions in R, so I wanted to share mine. Hopefully some people will find this resource helpful. Note that you won't be able to take this class for credit if you use R instead. Assignments are submitted via a Matlab script that references other Matlab files, which I've obviously not completed.
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