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Applied Computational Intelligence and Soft Computing
Covid-19 has been a life-changer in the sphere of online education. With complete lockdown in various countries, there has been a tumultuous increase in the need for providing online education, and hence, it has become mandatory for examiners to ensure that a fair methodology is followed for evaluation, and academic integrity is met. A plethora of literature is available related to methods to mitigate cheating during online examinations. A systematic literature review (SLR) has been followed in our article which aims at introducing the research gap in terms of the usage of soft computing techniques to combat cheating during online examinations. We have also presented state-of-the-art methods followed, which are capable of mitigating online cheating, namely, face recognition, face expression recognition, head posture analysis, eye gaze tracking, network data traffic analysis, and detection of IP spoofing. A discussion on improvement of existing online cheating detection systems has also been presented.
online education, cheating detection, soft computing techniques, face recognition, face expression recognition, head posture analysis, eye gaze tracking, network data traffic analysis, IP spoofing
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Kaddoura, Sanaa; Vincent, Shweta; and Hemanth, D. Jude, "Computational Intelligence and Soft Computing Paradigm for Cheating Detection in Online Examinations" (2023). All Works. 5855.
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