CATBOOK Computerized Adaptive Testing: From Inquiry to Operation

@inproceedings{Sands1999CATBOOKCA,
  title={CATBOOK Computerized Adaptive Testing: From Inquiry to Operation},
  author={W. Sands and B. K. Waters and J. Mcbride},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract : HumRRO contracted with ARI, sponsored by OASD/PR CAT-ASVAB system design issues; and CAT-ASVAB evaluation). It provides reference information useful to practitioners developing a computerized testing system. 

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