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ISSN: 1690-4524 (Online)


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William Lesso (1931-2015)

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Nagib C. Callaos


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Scientific Milieu, Multi-disciplinary Science and Creativeness
Maurício Vieira Kritz
(pages: 1-16)

Project-Based Development as a Model for Transdisciplinary Research and Education
Shahabedin Sagheb, Katie Walkup, Robert Smith
(pages: 17-32)

Text Classification of News Using Transformer-based Models for Portuguese
Isabel N. Santana, Raphael S. Oliveira, Erick G. S. Nascimento
(pages: 33-59)

Qualitative Data Analysis and Systematic Research Method Based on Japanese Cultural Context
Tomomi Kubota, Zeyu Lang, Masahiro Arimoto
(pages: 60-82)

Overcoming Gender Differences in Education
Elona Limaj, Esmeralda Strori
(pages: 83-93)

Acceptance of Technology and Academic Writing: Analyze in Perspective of Theoretical Models
Bilquis Ferdousi
(pages: 94-117)

An Investigation of the Effectiveness of Facebook and Twitter Algorithm and Policies on Misinformation and User Decision Making
Jordan Harner, Lydia Ray, Florence Wakoko-Studstill
(pages: 118-137)

Metabolite Fragmentation Visualization
Myungjae Kwak, Matthew Molina, Spencer Arnold, Andrew Woodward, Jin-Young An, Estelle Nuckels, Yingfeng Wang
(pages: 138-147)

Undergraduate Research on Physics-Informed Graph Attention Networks for COVID-19 Prediction
Yu Liang, Dalei Wu
(pages: 148-159)

Review Revision Techniques Tools for Undergraduate Business Students within the Framework of Ethos, Pathos, and Logos
Safaa A. M. Shaaban, Rehab G. Rabie
(pages: 160-175)


 

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ABSTRACT


The Analysis of User Behaviour of a Network Management Training Tool using a Neural Network

Helen Donelan, Colin Pattinson, Dominic Palmer-Brown


A novel method for the analysis and interpretation of data that describes the interaction between trainee network managers and a network management training tool is presented. A simulation based approach is currently being used to train network managers, through the use of a simulated network. The motivation is to provide a tool for exposing trainees to a life like situation without disrupting a live network. The data logged by this system describes the detailed interaction between trainee network manager and simulated network. The work presented here provides an analysis of this interaction data that enables an assessment of the capabilities of the trainee network manager as well as an understanding of how the network management tasks are being approached. A neural network architecture is implemented in order to perform an exploratory data analysis of the interaction data. The neural network employs a novel form of continuous self-organisation to discover key features in the data and thus provide new insights into the learning and teaching strategies employed.

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