IRT-based test construction

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van der Linden, Willem J.; Theunissen, T.J.J.M.; Boekkooi-Timminga, Ellen; Kelderman, Henk;
(1987)
  • Publisher: University of Twente, Faculty Educational Science and Technology
  • Subject: Test Construction | Models | Algorithms | IR-103734 | Foreign Countries | Computer Assisted Testing | Item Banks | Mathematical Models | Test Items | Programing | Latent Trait Theory | Selection | Heuristics | Decision Making

Four discussions of test construction based on item response theory (IRT) are presented. The first discussion, "Test Design as Model Building in Mathematical Programming" (T.J.J.M. Theunissen), presents test design as a decision process under certainty. A natural way of... View more
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