Realization of an intelligent evaluation system

Otman Maarouf, Rachid El Ayachi, Mohamed Biniz

Abstract


A number of benefits have been reported for computer-based assessments over traditional paper-based exams, both in terms of IT support for question development, reduced distribution and test administration costs, and automated support. Possible for the ranking. However, existing computerized assessment systems do not provide all kinds of questions, namely open questions that require writing solutions. To overcome the challenges of the existing, the objective of this work is to achieve an intelligent evaluation system (IES) responding to the problems identified, and which adapts to the different types of questions, especially open-ended questions of which the answer requires sentence writing or programming.

Keywords


Intelligent evaluation system; Open questions; Programming questions; Semantic similarity; Syntactical similarity



DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijict.v12i2.pp%25p

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