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Monitoring Electronic Exams

Abstract : Universities and other educational organizations are adopting computer based assessment tools (herein called e-exams) to reach larger and ubiquitous audiences. While this makes examination tests more accessible, it exposes them to unprecedented threats not only from candidates but also from authorities , which organize exams and deliver marks. Thus, e-exams must be checked to detect potential irregularities. In this paper, we propose several monitors, expressed as Quantified Event Automata (QEA), to monitor the main properties of e-exams. Then, we implement the monitors using MarQ, a recent Java tool designed to support QEAs. Finally, we apply our monitors to logged data from real e-exams conducted by Université Joseph Fourier at pharmacy faculty, as a part of Epreuves Classantes Nationales informatisées , a pioneering project which aims to realize all french medicine exams electronically by 2016. Our monitors found discrepancies between the specification and the implementation.
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Ali Kassem, Yliès Falcone, Pascal Lafourcade. Monitoring Electronic Exams. 6th International Conference on Runtime Verification, RV 2015, Vienna, Austria, September 22-25, 2015. Proceedings, Sep 2015, Vienne, Australia. pp.16, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-23820-3_8⟩. ⟨hal-01248349⟩



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