Analysis of Fuzzy Logic Modification for Student Assessment in e-Learning
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Keywords

student assessment
e-Learning
fuzzy logic
compatibility
fuzzy rule
implication

Abstract

The phenomenon of the rapid transfer of learning to online systems, such as e-Learning, has occurred massively. Institutions must ensure that student assessments run well. The characteristics of learning in e-Learning require an appropriate assessment method. The fuzzy logic method can be an option. Research shows that fuzzy logic is capable of providing flexible and objective performance evaluation. Fuzzy logic is a method that can overcome the uncertainty of transparency and objectivity of student assessments. In general, fuzzy logic applications are carried out by standards. Modification is an attempt to reveal the flexibility and to optimize the use of fuzzy logic. This study presents an analysis of fuzzy logic modification for the assessment of Algorithm and Data Structures courses held in e-Learning. These modifications include (i) modification of the parameter score with score compatibility, (ii) consequent modification of the fuzzy rules and (iii) modification of the implication process. The study results show that although the use of fuzzy logic requires more complicated procedures and tools, it can present various kinds of assessment as an option for educators to assess students in e-Learning.
https://doi.org/10.14421/ijid.2020.09105
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