Extensions to Generic Automated Marking Environment: Game-2+
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This paper describes the Generic Automated Marking Environment (GAME-2+), which is the extension of GAME-2 and provides an analysis of its performance in assessing student programming projects. GAME-2+ has been designed to automatically assess programming exercises written in C, C++, JAVA, Delphi and PHP languages based on a number of factors including meaningful comments, the structure of functions and the detection and correction of compile-time errors. The assessment is marked based on these metrics using heuristic and fuzzy rules. In this research, GAME-2+ has been tested on a number of student programming exercises and assignments. The system has attained encouraging result as compared to a human marker.
Proceedings of the Interactive Computer Aided Learning Conference (ICL 2009)
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Pattern Recognition and Data Mining
Educational Technology and Computing