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An Application of HodgeRank to Online Peer Assessment
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title: An Application of HodgeRank to Online Peer Assessment abstract: Bias and heterogeneity in peer assessment can lead to the issue of unfair scoring in the educational field. To deal with this problem, we propose a reference ranking method for an online peer assessment system using HodgeRank. Such a scheme provides instructors with an objective scoring reference based on mathematics.
<br>Fri, 12 Oct 2018 08:52:57 GMTInvariant Generative Adversarial Network on Chinese Characters
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title: Invariant Generative Adversarial Network on Chinese CharactersFri, 12 Oct 2018 08:52:42 GMTSome Results on Path Pairs
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title: Some Results on Path Pairs authors: 劉洪鈞
<br>abstract: In this thesis, our goal is to use mathematical induction to give a direct proof to show that the number of b(n - m, k ; n, k - m) is m/(n+k-m) ,where b(n – m, k; n, k - m) denotes the number of non-intersecting paths that the upper path goes from (0, 0) to(n - m, k) while the lower path goes from (0, 0) to (n, k - m). Furthermore, we conclude two applications about b(n-m, k ; n, k-m), namely b(n, k) (see Definition 2.2) and PP(n, k) (see Definition 4.4). We also bring up some open problems concerning our topics.
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<br>Thu, 11 Oct 2018 03:50:48 GMTEstimation of the error in the reduced basis method solution of differential algebraic equation systems.
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title: Estimation of the error in the reduced basis method solution of differential algebraic equation systems. abstract: In this paper the reduced basis method is described as it applies to the solution of the differential equations with algebraic constraints. The approximate solution is defined in terms of a sequence of reduced basis curves, and error bounds are derived. These are used to produce order estimates for direct sum Taylor, Lagrange, and Hermite subspaces.
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