PITTSBURGH, PA, July 15, 2009 – Carnegie Learning cognitive scientists and research assistants took top honors at EDM '09, the Second International Conference on Education Data Mining in Cordoba, Spain, earlier this month. Based upon analysis of data gathered from the company’s Cognitive Tutor mathematics software the paper, “Reducing the Knowledge Tracing Space”, demonstrated one way to more efficiently model student learning of cognitive skills.

Carnegie Learning cognitive scientists Drs. Steven Ritter, R. Charles Murray, and Brendon Towle collaborated with Tristan Nixon, Thomas Harris, and Daniel Dickison in the gathering and analysis of data and the publication of the paper. Dr....

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