David Brokenshire
International & National Conference
  1. Brokenshire D. and Kumar V., Causal models for Learning Technology. ICALT 2008, Santander, Spain
  2. Lougheed P., Brokenshire D., Kumar V., Hatala M., Moving legacy learning content to SCORM: SCORMit! 2006 International Conference on SCORM 2004. Taipei, Taiwan, 2006.
  3. Fee J., Lougheed P., Brokenshire D., Bogyo B., Jordanov M., Johnson R., Kumar V.S., ePortfolio: issues for research, International conference on ePortfolio, France, 2004.
  4. Brokenshire D., Bogyo B., Kumar V.S., Toward an upper ontology for information exchange in ePortfolios, International conference on ePortfolio, France, 2004. [pdf] [rtf]
  5. Kyrylov, V., Hou, E., and Brokenshire, D. Optimizing Precision of Self-Localization in the Simulated Robotics Soccer. In RoboCup 2004: Robot Soccer World Cup VIII. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 3276, Springer-Verglag, pp. 249-257. [pdf] [doc]
Symposium, Workshop, Tech. Report, Manual
  1. Brokenshire D., Shakya J., Kumar V., Providing Information for Mixed Initiative Interaction via Interoperable User Modelling, AAAI Fall Symposia on Mixed-Initiative Problem-Solving Assistants, November 2005. [pdf]
  2. Liam Doherty, Jurika Shakya, Mayo Jordanov, Patrick Lougheed, David Brokenshire, Shilpi Rao, Vive Kumar. 2005. Recognizing Opportunities for Mixed-Initiative Interactions in Novice Programming.
  3. Liam Doherty, Max Whitney, Jurika Shakya, Mayo Jordanov, Patrick Lougheed,David Brokenshire, Shilpi Rao, Samir Menon, Vive Kumar. 2005. Mixed-Initiative in Computer Games: Algorithmic Content Creation in Open-ended Worlds.
  4. Patrick Lougheed and David Brokenshire and Brittney Bogyo and Mayo Jordanov and Vive Kumar, "Applications of Mixed-Initiative Interfaces and Intelligence to Electronic Portfolios." American Association of Artificial Intelligence Fall Symposium Series workshop on Mixed-Initiative Problem Solving Assistants, 2005.
  5. Lougheed, P., Bogyo, B., Brokenshire, D., Towards Formalizing Electronic Portfolios. Workshop on Applications of Semantic Web Technologies for e-Learning at the Knowledge Capture 2005. [pdf]
  1. Brokenshire D., Kumar V.S. Autonomous student modelling in learning management systems, AACE, Phoenix, AZ, USA, 2003, poster.