The author-mode interface for the ASAG assignment generating system

ASAG, the <underline>A</underline>ssignment <underline>S</underline>cheduler, <underline>A</underline>nalyzer and <underline>G</underline>enerator [2], was first developed in 1968. Its purpose was to help fill the gap between computer grading systems and large scale, frame-oriented CAI systems. In particular, it was designed to generate assignments at a… (More)