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Frano Škopljanac-Mačina

Frano Škopljanac-Mačina
University of Zagreb · Department of Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Measurements (ZOEM)

Master of Engineering

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In this paper we deal with the problem of creating an online environment for taking written exams during the lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. We have taken an approach that combines Microsoft Teams and an e-learning system. Before the exam begins all students join a Microsoft Teams meeting together with the teachers. This provides a simple...
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In this paper, we research the use of software combinatorial testing techniques and the Formal Concept Analysis method for preparing sets of questions for student assessment in e-learning systems. Utilizing these techniques and methods, we ensure that the selected questions optimally cover the course material and that each question combines multipl...
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This paper presents a novel approach for automated analysis of process models discovered using process mining techniques. Process mining explores underlying processes hidden in the event data generated by various devices. Our proposed Inductive machine learning method was used to build business process models based on actual event log data obtained...
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This paper presents a novel approach for automated analysis of process models discovered using process mining techniques. Process mining explores underlying processes hidden in the event data generated by various devices. Our proposed Inductive machine learning method was used to build business process models based on actual event log data obtained...
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Educational data mining (or EDM) is an emerging interdisciplinary research field concerned with developing methods for exploring the specific and diverse data encountered in the field of education. One of the most valuable data sources in the educational domain are exam query repositories, which are commonly pre-dating modern e-learning systems. Ex...
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Social learning is a natural way of acquiring knowledge and approaching various problems. In high education, students widely use social learning which is to a large extent facilitated by todays' popular social network applications. However, as of yet high education systems typically do not recognise the value of the data produced by or embedded wit...
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This paper gives an overview of relevant research in the area of process mining. Process mining techniques are able to extract knowledge from event logs. The major objective of process mining is to discover, monitor and improve real processes. Process mining aims to exploit event data in a meaningful way to identify and anticipate problems, and rec...
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This paper deals with the problem of checking consistency of automatically generated exam questions in e-learning systems. We focus on the exam questions with the numeric solutions and the automatic evaluation of their answers. Each answer is evaluated as correct if it is within a specified range from the actual correct value. In our paper we check...
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In this article we give a brief overview of the theory behind the formal concept analysis, a novel method for data representation and analysis. From given tabular input data this method finds all formal concepts and computes a concept lattice, a directed, acyclic graph, in which all formal concepts are hierarchically ordered. We describe the link b...
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We describe our web-based system for the analysis of students' results on the course Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering by applying the method of Formal Concept Analysis. We have focused on the students' answers and constructed their concept lattices or taxonomies of the subject matter. Finally, we have shown that this approach corresponds well...
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The main characteristics of computer system developed for support of teaching the Fundamentals of electrical engineering are described, with emphasis on computer use in knowledge evaluation. The ways of actual computer use in knowledge testing are presented, and the possibilities of development of distance testing are discussed, regarding distance...

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