Jozef Tvarozek

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Many of software engineering tools and systems are focused to monitoring source code quality and optimizing software development. Many of them use similar source code metrics to solve different kinds of problems. This inspired us to propose an environment for platform independent code monitoring, which supports employment of multiple software development(More)
In an attempt to support traditional classroom assessment processes with fully computerized methods, we have developed a method for adaptive assessment suitable for well structured domains with high emphasis on problem solving and capable of robust continuous assessment , potentially encouraging student's achievements, reflective thinking , and creativity.(More)
Although interactive e-learning environments are increasingly used in university courses, traditional types of examination still dominate the way how students are assessed for grades. In this paper, we examined how student data from online interactive learning environment for programming exercises can be used for summative assessment at the end of the(More)
We present feasibility study of an intelligent tutoring system Peoplia in which a socially intelligent tutoring agent uses common instructional methods that are augmented by social features to help students learn. Peoplia features pseudo-tutor assessments, free-text answering, personalized question generation, and adaptive question selection. It allows(More)
Content-based filtering methods fall short in situations where there are many similar items to recommend from, for instance when recommending articles from multiple news portals. To deal with this problem , we can consider the novelty of recommendations. Detecting novelty is usually implemented as finding the most dissimilar articles. We propose a method(More)