Ontology-Based Multiple Choice Question Generation

  title={Ontology-Based Multiple Choice Question Generation},
  author={Tahani Alsubait},
  journal={KI - K{\"u}nstliche Intelligenz},
Multiple choice questions (MCQs) are considered highly useful (being easy to take or mark) but quite difficult to create and large numbers are needed to form valid exams and associated practice materials. The idea of re-using an existing ontology to generate MCQs almost suggests itself and has been explored in various projects. In this project, we are applying suitable educational theory regarding assessments and related methods for their evaluation to ontology-based MCQ generation. In… CONTINUE READING
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