Abstract—These researchers prepared a university calculus
problem is structural model of knowledge "on the square root of
the product of the second relates to the indefinite integral
trigonometric substitution" effective testing program. After
calculus courses and tests, in this study, Bayesian network
analysis was used to find the best combination of recognition
rate of Bayesian network, and easily identified these error types
so that students might learn "trigonometric substitution" unit.
Then, using the Bayesian probability analysis, the establishment
of a "trigonometric substitution" unit modeled adaptive
Bayesian network diagnostic test systems for example, the
establishment of such structure and how it was used as a basis
for developing remedial teaching statistical information to
Index Terms—Indefinite integral, constructed-response item, error type, Bayesian network.
Mu-Yu Ting is with Center for General Education, Formosa University, Taiwan (e-mail: email@example.com. tw).
Cite: M. Y. Ting, "Indefinite Integral Automatic Analysis Mechanism Study — Using Basic Indefinite Integrals Involving Quadratic Square Roots as an Example," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 7, no. 5, pp. 380-384, 2017.