Volume 4, Issue 2, March 2016, Pages: 34-40
Received: May 7, 2016;
Published: May 9, 2016
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Bo Song, College of Software, Shenyang Normal University, Liaoning Shenyang, China
Xue Yan, College of Software, Shenyang Normal University, Liaoning Shenyang, China
In this paper, an application architecture of intelligent tutoring system of primary mathematics based on EGL (Enterprise Generation Language) and integrating Web 2.0 technology is proposed. Through the process of design and implementation of intelligent tutoring system of primary mathematics, the key feature of the architecture is demonstrated – developers can focus on the business issues what code handle without caring for software technical details. The architecture is simple, easy to use and across languages, frameworks and runtime platforms. In addition, it can reduce the cost during the development stage of application and effectively improve the real-time requirements and human–computer interaction experience of intelligent tutoring system of primary mathematics.
Intelligent Tutoring System of Primary Mathematics Based on EGL and Web 2.0, Software Engineering.
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