Li-Chun Sung

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In this study, we design and prototype an automatic quiz generation system (auto-quiz for short) for a given English text to test learner comprehension of text content and English skills. The auto-quiz process parses an English text into a semantic network representation and enhances the semantic network iteratively with intrinsic knowledge, such as English(More)
In this paper, a web document classification scheme, Progressive Analysis Scheme (PAS) is proposed to efficiently and effectively classify HTML web documents. When an author writes a web document, HTML tags are used to visually emphasize the texts related to main concepts. The design of PAS is to catch the authoring convention in terms of the contributions(More)
CHIN-HWA KUO, DAVID WIBLE, MENG-CHANG CHEN, LI-CHUN SUNG AND CHIA-LIN CHIO Computers and Networking (CAN) Laboratory Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering Tamkang University Tamshui, 251 Taiwan Research in English Acquisition and Pedagogy (REAP) Group Department of English Tamkang University Tamshui, 251 Taiwan Advanced Internet(More)
  • Fenil Kiran Gangar, Hital Gopal Gori, +12 authors Jianmin Wang
  • 2017
Information and intelligence are two vital columns on which development of humankind rise and knowledge has significant impact on operating of society. Student assessment is a crucial part of teaching and is done through the process of examinations and preparation of exam question papers has consistently been a matter of interest. Present-day technologies(More)
In this paper, we propose an intelligent web document classification method, called TAgged-Region Progressive Analysis (TARPA). Instead of parsing the whole content of the web page while classifying a web document, TARPA parses the document into finer structured Tagged-Regions and extracts fewer and the most important regions to analyze and classify. If the(More)
One of the greatest obstacles to Taiwan’s English learners is the lack of an environment rich in authentic English input used for real communication. A system entitled IWiLL (Intelligent Web-based Interactive Language Learning) has been designed to provide such an environment. The IWiLL online environment consists of an array of integrated components which(More)
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