Advances in Computer-Based Human Assessment by Sidney H. Irvine, Peter L. Dann (auth.), Peter L. Dann,

By Sidney H. Irvine, Peter L. Dann (auth.), Peter L. Dann, Sidney H. Irvine, Janet M. Collis (eds.)

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One is the explicit incorporation of decision-aiding mechanisms. These might function partly in association with the 'expert system' aspects of the inferential processes at the heart of the system. However, they are capable of being applied to all aspects of the system's output. The precise form will depend upon the domain of application of the system. If directed to diagnostic decisions and associated pathological descriptions, the application of techniques derived from medical-decision-aiding is likely to be appropriate.

Some of these models are now presented in a sufficiently well-articulated form to make them useful in the description of functional status. Such descriptions can, in turn, be used in the identification of dysfunctional elements in performance and in the design and monitoring of instructional and remedial schemes. Perhaps the most well-known of these models relate to reading ability. Here the interaction between the developmental study of normal reading ability and neuropsychological investigation of the dysfunctions to be observed in brain injured patients has stimulated the production of general models of reading competence.

At the same time, there are strong hints about what to do next. These come from our all of our contributors, whose work we commend to the reader now, with many thanks for their efforts and patience. assessment 10 I- II Part 2 Operational Issues NEW DIRECTIONS IN INTELLIGENT COGNITIVE SYSTEMS J. K. Computer-based psychological assessment of cognitive abilities seems poised to enter a period of exciting change and development. The first generation of systems which have established the legitimacy of an automated approach to assessment, has been successfully introduced.

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