On-the-Fly Customization of Automated Essay Scoring

  title={On-the-Fly Customization of Automated Essay Scoring},
  author={Y. Attali},
Because there is no commonly accepted view of what makes for good writing, automated essay scoring (AES) ideally should be able to accommodate different theoretical positions, certainly at the level of state standards but also perhaps among teachers at the classroom level. This paper presents a practical approach and an interactive computer program for judgment-based customization. This approach is based on the AES system, e-rater. Through this new approach, a user can gain easy accessibility… CONTINUE READING


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