publication . Article . 2016

Correlation Between Coupling Metrics Values and Number of Classes in Multimedia Java Projects: A Case Study

Urmila Shrawankar;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 2016 Journal: International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (issn: 1989-1660, eissn: 1989-1660, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Universidad Internacional de La Rioja (UNIR)
Abstract
In online learning is more difficult for teachers identify to see how individual students behave. Student’s emotions like self-esteem, motivation, commitment, and others that are believed to be determinant in student’s performance can not be ignored, as they are known (affective states and also learning styles) to greatly influence student’s learning. The ability of the computer to evaluate the emotional state of the user is getting bigger attention. By evaluating the emotional state, there is an attempt to overcome the barrier between man and non-emotional machine. Recognition of a real time emotion in e-learning by using webcams is research area in the last de...
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free text keywords: Energy, Hopfield, Neural Network, Programming, Technology, T, Congestion Control, Controller, Genetic Algorithms, Managemet Systems, PI, Classification, Emotion recognition, Facial recognition, Class, Objects, Project Management, Cloud Computing, Games, Gamification, GPGPU, Game design, World Wide Web, Computer science, Game mechanics, Multimedia, computer.software_genre, computer, Game engine, Java, computer.programming_language, Software, business.industry, business, Source code, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Coupling, Reuse, Software design, Theoretical computer science, Correlation, Reusability, Online learning, Online evaluation, Affect (psychology), Human–computer interaction, Artificial neural network, Appropriate technology, Artificial intelligence, Machine learning, Facial expression, Learning styles

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in Information Technology. Has 14+ years teaching experience. Working in the area software engineering, web technology, Advanced databases etc.

Having 20+ years experience in teaching. Working in the area software engineering, mobile computing, wireless network, Advanced Databases etc. Guiding eight research scholars.

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