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Candell, G. L. (1988). Application of appropriateness measurement to a problem in computerized adaptive testing. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Illinois.
Carey, P. A. (1999). The use of linear-on-the-fly testing for TOEFL Reading. In Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education. Montreal, Canada.
Carlson, R. (1994). Computer adaptive testing: A shift in the evaluation paradigm. Educational Technology Systems, 22 (3), 213-224.
Carlson, S. (2000). ETS finds flaws in the way online GRE rates some students. Chronicle of Higher Education, 47, a47.
Case, S. M., & Luecht, R. M.. (1997). Computer assembly of tests so that content reigns supreme. In Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education. Chicago IL.
Cella, D., & Nowinski, C. J.. (2002). Measuring quality of life in chronic illness: the functional assessment of chronic illness therapy measurement system. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 83, S10-7. presented at the Dec.
Cella, D., Chang, C. - H., Lai, J. S., & Webster, K.. (2002). Advances in quality of life measurements in oncology patients. Seminars in Oncology, 29, 60-8. presented at the Jun.
Chae, S. (1995). Item equivalence from paper-and-pencil to computer adaptive testing. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Chicago.
Chajewski, M., & Lewis, C.. (2009). Optimizing item exposure control algorithms for polytomous computerized adaptive tests with restricted item banks. In . D. J. Weiss (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2009 GMAC Conference on Computerized Adaptive Testing.
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Chajewski, M., & Harnisher, J.. (2017). Considerations in Performance Evaluations of Computerized Formative Assessments. In IACAT 2017 Conference. presented at the 08/2017, Niigata, Japan: Niigata Seiryo University.
Chandra, I. (2017). Item Selection Strategies for Developing CAT in Indonesia. In IACAT 2017 Conference. presented at the 08/2017, Niigata Japan: Niiagata Seiryo University. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KuFrRATq9Q
Chang, H. - H., & Ying, Z.. (2003). Test-score comparability, ability estimation, and item-exposure control in computerized adaptive testing. In Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education. Chicago IL.
Chang, H. - H. (1995). A global information approach to computerized adaptive testing. In Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education. San Francisco CA.
Chang, S. - W., & Harris, D. J.. (2002). Redeveloping the exposure control parameters of CAT items when a pool is modified. In Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New Orleans LA.
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Chang, H. - H. (2004). Understanding computerized adaptive testing: From Robbins-Munro to Lord and beyond. In . D. Kaplan (Ed.), The Sage handbook of quantitative methodology for the social sciences (pp. 117-133). New York: Sage.
Chang, H. - H., & Ying, Z.. (1999). a-stratified multistage computerized adaptive testing. Applied Psychological Measurement, 23, 211-222.
Chang, H. - H., & Ying, Z.. (2002). To weight or not to weight – balancing influence of initial and later items in CAT. In Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education. New Orleans LA.
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Chang, S. - H., & Zhang, J.. (2005). Rescuing CAT by fixing the problems. In National Council on Measurement in Education. Montreal, Canada.
Chang, H. - H., & Ying, Z.. (1996). A Global Information Approach to Computerized Adaptive Testing. Applied Psychological Measurement, 20(3), 213-229.
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Chang, Y. - P., Chiu, C. - Y., & Tsai, R. - C.. (2017). Computerized Adaptive Testing for Cognitive Diagnosis in Classroom: A Nonparametric Approach. In IACAT 2017 Conference. presented at the 08/2017, Niigata, Japan: Niigata Seiryo University.
Chang, C. - H. (2004). Developing tailored instruments: Item banking and computerized adaptive assessment. In Paper presented at the conference “Advances in Health Outcomes Measurement: Exploring the Current State and the Future of Item Response Theory. Item Banks, and Computer-Adaptive Testing,” Bethesda MD.
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Chang, H. - H., & Ying, Z.. (1999). a-stratified multistage computerized adaptive testing. Applied Psychological Measurement, 23, 211-222.
Chang, H. - H., Chang, S., & Ansley,. (2000). Performance of item exposure control methods in computerized adaptive testing: Further explorations. In Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New Orleans , LA.
Chang, H. - H., & Ying, Z.. (1997). Multi-stage CAT with stratified design. In Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Psychometric Society. Gatlinburg TN.
Chang, H. - H., & Ying, Z.. (2008). To Weight Or Not To Weight? Balancing Influence Of Initial Items In Adaptive Testing. Psychometrica, 73(3), 441-450. doi:10.1007/S11336-007-9047-7
Chang, S. - W., & Twu, B. - Y.. (1998). A comparative study of item exposure control methods in computerized adaptive testing. Research Report Series 98-3, Iowa City: American College Testing.
Chang, H. - H., & Guo, R.. (2017). Item Parameter Drifting and Online Calibration. In IACAT 2017 Conference. presented at the 08/2017, Niigata, Japan: Niigata Seiryo University.
Chang, H. - H., & Ying, Z.. (1996). A global information approach to computerized adaptive testing. Applied Psychological Measurement, 20, 213-229.
Chang, H. - H., & Zhang, J.. (2003). Assessing CAT security breaches by the item pooling index. In Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education. Chicago IL.
Chang, Y. - P., Chiu, C. - Y., & Tsai, R. - C.. (2019). Nonparametric CAT for CD in Educational Settings With Small Samples. Applied Psychological Measurement, 43, 543-561. doi:10.1177/0146621618813113
Chang, H. - H., & Ying, Z.. (1999). a-stratified multistage computerized adaptive testing. Applied Psychological Measurement, 23, 211–222.
Chang, H. - H., & Ying, Z.. (1996). Building a statistical foundation for computerized adaptive testing. In Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Psychometric Society. Banff, Alberta, Canada.
Chang, S. - H. (1991). Inter-subtest branching in computerized adaptive testing. Dissertation Abstracts International, 52, 140-141.
Chang, H. - H., & Zhang, J.. (2002). Identify the lower bounds for item sharing and item pooling in computerized adaptive testing. In Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New Orleans LA.
Chang, S. - W. (1998). A comparative study of item exposure control methods in computerized adaptive testing. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Iowa , Iowa City IA.
Chang, H. - H. (1996). A model for score maximization within a computerized adaptive testing environment. In Paper presented at the annual meeting of the NMCE. New York NY.
Chang, I. Y. (2004). Sequential estimation in variable length computerized adaptive testing. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 121, 249-264.
Chang, S. - W., & Twu, B. - Y.. (2001). Effects of changes in the examinees’ ability distribution on the exposure control methods in CAT. In Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Seattle WA.
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Chang, H. - H. (2011). Building Affordable CD-CAT Systems for Schools To Address Today's Challenges In Assessment. In Annual Conference of the International Association for Computerized Adaptive Testing.
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Chang-Hwa, W. A., & Chuang, C. - L.. (2002). Applicable adaptive testing models for school teachers. Educational Media International, 39, 55-59.
Chen, S. - Y., & Lei, P. - W.. (2005). Controlling Item Exposure and Test Overlap in Computerized Adaptive Testing. Applied Psychological Measurement, 29, 204-217. doi:10.1177/0146621604271495

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