Tag: learning

Some Consequences of the Complexity of Intelligent Prediction

What is the relationship between the complexity of a learner and the randomness of his mistakes? This question was posed in [4] who showed that the more complex the learner the higher the possibility that his mistakes deviate from a true random sequence. In the current paper we report on

Isomorphism Between Estes’ Stimulus Fluctuation Model and a Physical- Chemical System

Although Estes’ Stimulus Sampling Theory has almost completely lost its influence, its theoretical framework has not been disproved. Particularly, one theory in that framework, Stimulus Fluctuation Model, is still important because it explains spontaneous recovery. In this short note, the process of the theory is shown to be isomorphic to

The Ambivalence of Strengths and Weaknesses of E-Learning Educational Services

This paper represents a thorough phase in the effort to identify and assort the strengths and weaknesses of e-learning educational services. This paper reviews a synthesis of the assessments on the e-learning educational services through a survey of the specialized literature from 2000 to 2012 in order to identify the

Teaching Area Studies through Two Different On-line Platforms

E-learning includes forms of teaching supported by the Internet, computers, mobile devices, video tapes, and satellite TV. The term can apply both to out-of-classroom and in-classroom teaching. In recent years e-learning has become increasingly popular at universities around the world, because technology is a part of virtually every aspect of