An Approach to Using Cognition in Wireless Networks
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Blending cognitive rule-based, process-based, and context-based theories in the development of online grammar instruction Zaldivar, Marc Robert (Virginia Tech, 2008-10-28)This study proposes to blend contemporary educational research in order to design an online instructional environment. The goal was to create an environment that would better educate learners about grammar use in higher ...
Volos, Haris I. (Virginia Tech, 2010-09-07)In this work, we make contributions in three main areas of Cognitive Engine (CE) design for link adaptation. The three areas are CE design, CE training, and the impact of imperfect observations in the operation of the ...
A comparative study of information processing capacity and cognitive style in learning disabled and normally achieving boys :a Neo- Piagetian approach Grimes, Therese Ehrgott (Virginia Tech, 1981-03-05)
This study investigated the relevance of a Neo-Piagetian theory of cognitive development in examining the competence/performance discrepancy associated with children who have specific learning disabilities. According ...