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On the suitability of programming tasks for automated evaluation
Abstract For many programming tasks we would be gla
For many programming tasks we would be glad to have some kind of automatic evaluation process. As an example, most of the programming contests use an automatic evaluation of the contestants' submissions. While this approach is clearly highly efficient, it also has some drawbacks. Often it is the case that the test inputs are not able to "break" all flawed submissions. In this article we show that the situation is not pleasant at all – for some programming tasks it is impossible to design good test inputs. Moreover, we discuss some ways how to recognize such tasks, and discuss other possibilities for doing the evaluation. The discussion is focused on programming contests, but the results can be applied for any programming tasks, e.g., assignments in school.
amming tasks, e.g., assignments in school.  +
Conference Perspectives on computer science competitions for (high school) students +
Free 1 +
Has author Michal Forišek +
Journal Informatics in Education +
Pages 63-76 +
Title On the suitability of programming tasks for automated evaluation +
Type Article +
Volume 5 +
Year 2006 +
Categories Publications about evaluation
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