Using Hypertext in Developing the Human Computer Interface to Gaming-Simulation Environments that Incorporate Intelligent Tutoring Support

Marios C. Angelides, Ka Yan Tong


A Gaming-Simulation Environment for teaching and learning that incorporates Intelligent Tutoring Support also serves as a supporting tool for the Human Computer Interface. The Human Computer Interface to this environment will affect how players interact with the domain that is both being tutored upon and is being the object of game play. The development of this interface is subject to a variety of constraints. This paper suggests a Hypertext Approach to developing this Integrated Environment and thus the Interface that promises to oust or minimise these constraints.


Human Computer Interface, Gaming-Simulation, Intelligent Tutoring Systems

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