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Detección de copia: modelos de respuesta nominal, comparación de índices y pruebas múltiples de copia

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  • Mauricio Romero

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  • Álvaro Riascos

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  • Diego Jara

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Este documento describe la metodología utilizada para implementar el índice ω a las pruebas SABER 5◦ y 9◦ realizadas por el ICFES en el 2009. Para validar la utilización de este índice se calculan el error tipo I y II. Adicionalmente, se comparan el índice ω y el índice κ en términos de error tipo I, error tipo II y potencia utilizando muestreos independientes y simulaciones. Finalmente, se detectaron las sede-jornada con copia masiva controlando el valor esperado de la tasa de falsos positivos mediante un procedimiento de tipo Bonferroni.

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  • Mauricio Romero & Álvaro Riascos & Diego Jara, 2011. "Detección de copia: modelos de respuesta nominal, comparación de índices y pruebas múltiples de copia," DOCUMENTOS CEDE 008748, UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES-CEDE.
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    Keywords

    Índice É; Índice º; Detección de Copia; Pruebas de Copia Masiva;

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    • C19 - Mathematical and Quantitative Methods - - Econometric and Statistical Methods and Methodology: General - - - Other
    • I20 - Health, Education, and Welfare - - Education - - - General

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