Prognosis Essay Scoring and Article Relevancy Using Multi-Text Features and Machine Learning
AbstractThis study develops a model for essay scoring and article relevancy. Essay scoring is a costly process when we consider the time spent by an evaluator. It may lead to inequalities of the effort by various evaluators to apply the same evaluation criteria. Bibliometric research uses the evaluation criteria to find relevancy of articles instead. Researchers mostly face relevancy issues while searching articles. Therefore, they classify the articles manually. However, manual classification is burdensome due to time needed for evaluation. The proposed model performs automatic essay evaluation using multi-text features and ensemble machine learning. The proposed method is implemented in two data sets: a Kaggle short answer data set for essay scoring that includes four ranges of disciplines (Science, Biology, English, and English language Arts), and a bibliometric data set having IoT (Internet of Things) and non-IoT classes. The efficacy of the model is measured against the Tandalla and AutoP approach using Cohen’s kappa. The model achieves kappa values of 0.80 and 0.83 for the first and second data sets, respectively. Kappa values show that the proposed model has better performance than those of earlier approaches. View Full-Text
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Mehmood, A.; On, B.-W.; Lee, I.; Choi, G.S. Prognosis Essay Scoring and Article Relevancy Using Multi-Text Features and Machine Learning. Symmetry 2017, 9, 11.
Mehmood A, On B-W, Lee I, Choi GS. Prognosis Essay Scoring and Article Relevancy Using Multi-Text Features and Machine Learning. Symmetry. 2017; 9(1):11.Chicago/Turabian Style
Mehmood, Arif; On, Byung-Won; Lee, Ingyu; Choi, Gyu S. 2017. "Prognosis Essay Scoring and Article Relevancy Using Multi-Text Features and Machine Learning." Symmetry 9, no. 1: 11.
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