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Analyse des diagrammes de l'apprenant dans un EIAH pour la modélisation orientée objet - Le système ACDC

Abstract : Our work is part of a project of the LIUM laboratory, which aims at designing models, methods and tools for computer-supported learning environments. Diagram, a computer-supported learning environment for UML object oriented modeling has being developed in this project. In this thesis, we focus on the analysis of students' answers during the modeling activity of building of an UML class diagram from textual specifications. A pedagogical solver can't be use in this context. We propose an method that analyses automatically diagrams of the learner. We expose a diagnostic tool based on the comparison and matching of components of several diagrams. This proposal follows the model matching concepts and techniques and it focuses mainly on structural aspects of models to match. This method expresses differences between the student diagram and a reference diagram constructed by an expert. The proposed matching method is instantiated as a software component of Diagram environment, called ACDC (Automatic Class Diagrams Comparator). The ACDC results (the identified differences) are exploited by Diagram in order to produce synchronous pedagogical feedbacks to the learner. The relevance and quality of ACDC results has been evaluated outside Diagram on a diagrams set built by students in real situation of learning. An experimentation of Diagram (since the ACDC integration) has been conducted during Fall 2008 with students in a UML course taught at the Université du Maine.
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Ludovic Auxepaules. Analyse des diagrammes de l'apprenant dans un EIAH pour la modélisation orientée objet - Le système ACDC. Autre [cs.OH]. Université du Maine, 2009. Français. ⟨tel-00455992v2⟩



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