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Simon James

Simon James is a senior lecturer in Mathematics at Deakin University. His research to date has focused on functions which are used to summarize datasets, with applications in computational intelligence and decision making. He also studies Aggregation functions, Fuzzy sets, interval-values and other extensions, Consensus and decision support, and Indices used in environmental ecology. He received his Ph.D. in mathematics from Deakin University in 2006.

How Reliable Is Peer Assessment In Higher Education?

Published by Simon James School of Information Technology, Deakin University These findings are described in the article entitled Identifying items for moderation in a peer assessment framework, recently published in the journal Knowledge-Based Systems (Knowledge-Based Systems 162 (2018) 211-219). This […]