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 Title & Authors
Development of a English Vocabulary Context-Learning Agent based on Smartphone
Kim, JinIl;
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 Abstract
Recently, mobile application for english vocabulary learning is being developed actively. However, most mobile English vocabulary learning applications did not effectively connected with the technical advantages of mobile learning. Also,the study of mobile english vocabulary learning app are still insufficient. Therefore, this paper development a english vocabulary context-learning Agent that can practice context learning more reasonably using a location-based service, a character recognition technology and augmented reality technology based on smart phones. In order to evaluate the performance of the proposed agent, we have measured the precision and usability. As results of experiments, the precision of learning vocabulary is 89% and `Match between system and the real world`, `User control and freedom`, `Recognition rather than recall`, `Aesthetic and minimalist design` appeared to be respectively 3.91, 3.80, 3.85, 4.01 in evaluation of usability. It were obtained significant results.
 Keywords
Context-learning;English Vocabulary;Augmented Reality;Location-based Service;
 Language
Korean
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