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Learning Indicators

Number of benchmarks applied on any involved algorithm

The absolute number of benchmarks regardless of being a predefined data set or according to selected parameters generated benchmarks applied to a given optimization algorithm (solver).

Importance of the indicator for the students’ learning methodology:
The level of a given optimization problem and solver (algorithm) understanding is related to the experience of how it behaves on different class input data. In particular, this is important when the optimization problem benchmark represents a real-world problem.

Lubchak, Vladimir, Olena Kupenko, and Borys Kuzikov. "Approach to dynamic assembling of individualized learning paths." Informatics in Education 11.2 (2012): 213-225.

Author of the review:
Andrej Košir
University of Ljubljana


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