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標題: A Study of Confidence-Based Learning for Simulation-Based Knowledge Assessment
信心基礎學習理論應用於模擬訓練知識評量之研究
作者: 侯昰佑
Hou, Shi-You
關鍵字: Knowledge assessment;知識評量;confidence-based learning;simulation-based training;data mining;信心基礎學習理論;模擬訓練;資料探勘
出版社: 科技管理研究所
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摘要: 
由於知識經濟時代來臨,為因應日趨複雜以及多變的商業環境,企業內之員工必須擁有專業的知識與能力來應對;而如今科技大幅演進,造就了模擬訓練之崛起,不僅協助企業解決新興的員工訓練挑戰,亦創造了其他教學媒介無法提供之教學優勢,但發展至此,對於模擬訓練績效的研究,始終無法成功且有效地掌握模擬訓練的優勢,主要因為學習者通常無法準確地評量學習後的自身「知識品質」。本研究目的希望依據信心基礎學習理論,使用「知識程度」和「信心程度」兩項準則來評量學習者所習得的知識品質,並運用資料探勘技術找出影響訓練績效的關鍵因子,評量學習者的知識與技能,即時提供改善建議,以減少員工作業或決策上的錯誤,來提昇工作績效。本研究貢獻主要是所提出的方法可在模擬學習環境中幫助決策者 (或學習者) 評估學習者 (自身) 的知識品質,建立更有效率的學習環境,以提昇訓練成效,最後,藉由此套完整的知識評量方法,將可提昇各大企業員工的學習行為和工作績效。

In the age of knowledge economy, business employees need to have competent expertise to be survived in a rapidly changing business environment. Due to the advance of new technologies, many organizations have utilized the simulation-based training, which provides numerous benefits better than traditional training approaches, to improve their human resource training to meet the challenge. However, many organizations still cannot fully utilize the advantages of simulation-based training, because it is difficult to evaluate the knowledge quality of a learner using the simulation-based training. According to the confidence-based learning theory, the objective of this research is to measure a learner's knowledge quality by two dimensions: knowledge and confidence. This research also applies a data mining approach to determine key factors that influence the performance of simulation-based training and assists decision makers in evaluating learners'' knowledge quality. In addition, the decision rules generated from the data analysis can be used to assess knowledge quality of a learner during the simulation-based training. The contributions of this research are that the proposed methodology can help decision makers to assess learners'' knowledge quality immediately and establish a much more effective learning environment to accelerate the training outcomes. Finally, the proposed methodology may improve employees' learning behaviors and their performance in enterprises.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/22222
其他識別: U0005-2207201117483100
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