Assessment and Learningof Mathematics

publications

Bellow are listed publications obtained from the project. Some of them where published before DEDALO started but they are the base research that motivated this project.

Journal publications

  • J. Gálvez, E. Guzmán, and R. Conejo: A Blended E-learning Experience in a Course of Object Oriented Programming Fundamentals, in Knowledge-Based Systems. Vol. 22, Issue 4, pp. 279-286, May 2009

Conference publications

  • J. Gálvez, E. Guzmán, R. Conejo, and E. Millán: Student Knowledge Diagnosis Using Item Response Theory and Constraint-Based Modeling, in The 14th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED 2009), July 2009, Brighton (England). Vol. 200, pp. 291-298

  • J. Gálvez: A Probabilistic Model for Student Knowledge Diagnosis in Learning Environments, Young Researcher's Track & Doctoral Consortium in The 14th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED 2009), July 2009, Brighton (England). Vol. 200, pp. 759-760

  • J. Gálvez, E. Guzmán, and R. Conejo: Data-Driven Student Knowledge Assessment through Ill-Defined Procedural Tasks, in CAEPIA-TTIA 2009, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Vol. 5988, pp.233-241

  • E. Guzmán, R. Conejo and J. Gálvez: A Data-Driven Technique for Misconception Elicitation, in Proceedings of the International Conference on User Modelling, Adaptation and Presentation 2010, June 2010, Big Island of Hawaii (USA). Vol. 6075, pp. 243-254

  • J. Gálvez, E. Guzmán and R. Conejo Exploring Quality of Constraints for Assessment in Problem Solving Environments, in 11th International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems, June 2012, Chania, Greece, pp. 310-319

  • M. Hernando: Student Procedural Knowledge Inference through Item Response Theory, in Proceedings of the 19th international conference on User modeling, adaption, and personalization, July 2011, Girona, (Spain), Vol. 6787/2011, pp. 426-429

  • M. Hernando, E. Guzmán, R. Conejo: Measuring Procedural Knowledge in Problem Solving Environments with Item Response Theory, in Proceedings of the 16th international conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED 2013), July 2013, Memphis, Tennessee (USA) (To appear)

Workshop and other publications

  • J. Gálvez, E. Guzmán, and R. Conejo: Using Intelligent Adaptive Assessment Models for Teaching Mathematics, in Book of Abstracts of Technology and its Integration into Mathematics Education (TIME 2010), July 2010, Málaga (Spain), p. 108

  • M. Hernando, E. Guzmán, R. Conejo: Validating Item Response Theory Models in Simulated Environments, in Proceedings of the AIED Workshop on Simulated Learners at AIED 2013, July 2013, Memphis, Tennessee (USA) (To appear)

DEDALO project | Assessment and Learning of Mathematics
Investigación y Aplicaciones en Inteligencia Artificial
University of Málaga