Automated Essay Scoring: A Comparative Study

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Automated essay scoring has been the focus of a cross-disciplinary study of computer science and English instruction. In this study, an experiment was conducted to testify the validity and reliability of E-grading Device and to check out whether the holistic score generated from combining computer and human score is a better solution to automated essay scoring system. The conclusion is that e-evaluation systems are valid and reliable basically, and e-evaluation and human evaluation should be combined together to generate holistic scores.

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Junpeng Shao and Xianli Liu

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650-653

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X. M. Yao "Automated Essay Scoring: A Comparative Study", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 274, pp. 650-653, 2013

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