Advances in Learning Processes by Mary Beth Rosson

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10. References ADL (2004) ADL. 3. Technical report, Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL), 2004. ; Cheng, Y. C. & Hsieh, C. (2005). On the development and implementation of a sequencing engine for IMS Learning Design specification. In Advanced Learning Technologies, 2005. ICALT 2005. Fifth IEEE International Conference on, pages 636-640, ISBN: 0-7695-2338-2, July 2005, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. org/ Educational Modelling Languages and Service-Oriented Learning Process Engines 37 Dalziel, J. R. (2003). Implementing Learning Design: The Learning Activity Management System (LAMS).

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Each time an incoming branch is enabled, results in the thread of control being passed to the subsequent branch. Advanced Branching and Synchronization patterns characterize more complex branching and merging concepts. Although relatively commonplace in practice, these patterns are often not directly supported or even able to be represented in many commercial offerings. The patterns of this category included in the evaluation are: (1) Multi-Choice: the divergence of a branch into two or more branches, such that when the incoming branch is enabled, the thread of control is passed to one or more of the outgoing branches based on the outcome of distinct logical expressions associated with each of the branches; (2) Structured Synchronizing Merge: the convergence of two or more branches (which diverged earlier in the process at a uniquely identifiable point) into a single subsequent branch, such that the thread of control is passed to the subsequent branch when each active incoming branch has been enabled; (3) Multi-Merge: the convergence of two or more branches into a single subsequent branch.

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