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Computación y Sistemas

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HERNANDEZ AGUILAR, José Alberto; BURLAK, Gennadiy  and  LARA, Bruno. Design and Implementation of an Advanced Security Remote Assessment System for Universities Using Data Mining. Comp. y Sist. [online]. 2010, vol.13, n.4, pp.463-473. ISSN 1405-5546.

We develop the detailed application of the computer technology on testing the student's level of knowledge. We implemented a Java original code, client-server technology based on the natural process of evaluation where the college students (clients) are tested for an examiner (server). Later, we discuss the security measures implemented by leading suppliers of e-learning tools, and we distinguish an important opportunity area on the use of advanced security measures that we used to differentiate our tool. Then, we present a data mining methodology to analyze activities of students in online assessments to detect any suspicious behavior (cheating), and show the results of applying it on a real class. Finally, we propose an affordable biometric technology to recognize remote students in online assessments to solve the well-known problem of: "who's there".

Keywords : Online Aassessment System; Data Mining; Advanced Security; Biometry.

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