Karl Schultz
TitleCited byYear
Factorie: Probabilistic programming via imperatively defined factor graphs
A McCallum, K Schultz, S Singh
Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, 1249-1257, 2009
2452009
Overcoming students’ misconceptions in physics: The role of anchoring intuitions and analogical validity
J Clement
Proceedings of the second international seminar on misconceptions and …, 1987
2381987
Responding to student uncertainty in spoken tutorial dialogue systems
H Pon-Barry, K Schultz, EO Bratt, B Clark, S Peters
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 16 (2), 171-194, 2006
1062006
Macroadapting Animalwatch to gender and cognitive differences with respect to hint interactivity and symbolism
I Arroyo, JE Beck, BP Woolf, CR Beal, K Schultz
International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 574-583, 2000
1012000
Preconceptions in mechanics: Lessons dealing with students' conceptual difficulties
CW Camp, J Clement, D Brown, K Gonzalez, J Kudukey, J Minstrell, ...
Kendall/Hunt, 1994
901994
An analogy‐based computer tutor for remediating physics misconceptions
T Murray, K Schultz, D Brown, J Clement
Interactive Learning Environments 1 (2), 79-101, 1990
561990
A unified approach for schema matching, coreference and canonicalization
ML Wick, K Rohanimanesh, K Schultz, A McCallum
Proceedings of the 14th ACM SIGKDD international conference on Knowledge …, 2008
552008
Bi-directional joint inference for entity resolution and segmentation using imperatively-defined factor graphs
S Singh, K Schultz, A McCallum
Joint European Conference on Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery in …, 2009
422009
Cholesterol-lowering benefits of a whole grain oat ready-to-eat cereal
L Johnston, HR Reynolds, M Patz, DB Hunninghake, K Schultz, ...
Nutr Clin Care 1 (1), 6-12, 1998
421998
Adolescents' Graphing Skills: A Descriptive Analysis.
J Clement
411985
A view from physics
K Schultz, J Lochhead
Toward a unified theory of problem solving, 111-126, 2012
342012
A scalable, reusable spoken conversational tutor: Scot
K Schultz, EO Bratt, B Clark, S Peters, H Pon-Barry, P Treeratpituk
Proceedings of the AIED 2003 Workshop on Tutorial Dialogue Systems: With a …, 2003
332003
Advantages of spoken language interaction in dialogue-based intelligent tutoring systems
H Pon-Barry, B Clark, K Schultz, EO Bratt, S Peters
International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 390-400, 2004
322004
The innovation gap in pharmaceutical drug discovery & new models for R&D success
M Hu, K Schultz, J Sheu, D Tschopp
Kellogg School of Management, 2007
312007
Evaluating the effectiveness of SCoT: A spoken conversational tutor
H Pon-Barry, B Clark, EO Bratt, K Schultz, S Peters
ITS 2004 Workshop on Dialog-based Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 23-32, 2004
292004
Piagetian psychology in intelligent tutoring systems
I Arroyo, JE Beck, K Schultz, BP Woolf
Proceedings of the ninth international conference on artificial intelligence …, 1999
291999
Intelligent systems for training damage control assistants
S Peters, EO Bratt, B Clark, H Pon-Barry, K Schultz
Proc. of ITSE, 2004
262004
Knowledge primitives for tutoring systems.
B Woolf, T Murray, DD Suthers, K Schultz
261988
Efficient open domination in graphs
H Gavlas, K Schultz, P Slater
Sci. Ser. A Math. Sci 6, 77-84, 2003
242003
Overcoming misconceptions with a computer-based tutor
K Schultz, T Murray, J Clement, D Brown
Proceedings of the Second International Seminar on Misconceptions and …, 1987
221987
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