The boss online submission and assessment system

@article{Joy2005TheBO,
  title={The boss online submission and assessment system},
  author={Mike Joy and Nathan Griffiths and Russell Boyatt},
  journal={ACM Journal of Educational Resources in Computing},
  year={2005},
  volume={5},
  pages={2}
}
Computer programming lends itself to automated assessment. With appropriate software tools, program correctness can be measured, along with an indication of quality according to a set of metrics. Furthermore, the regularity of program code allows plagiarism detection to be an integral part of the tools that support assessment. In this paper, we describe a submission and assessment system, called BOSS, that supports coursework assessment through collecting submissions, performing automatic tests… CONTINUE READING
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