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Author: North Atantic Treaty Organization Scientific Affairs Division,France) NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Intelligent Learning Environments: the Case of Geometry (1989 : Grenoble,Jean-Marie Laborde
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Title: Intelligent Learning Environments: The Case of Geometry (NATO Asi Series: Series F: Computer & Systems Sciences)
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Publisher: Springer Verlag (October 1, 1995)
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Intelligent Learning Environments: The Case of Geometry (NATO Asi Series: Series F: Computer & Systems Sciences) by North Atantic Treaty Organization Scientific Affairs Division,France) NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Intelligent Learning Environments: the Case of Geometry (1989 : Grenoble,Jean-Marie Laborde



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