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Software optimization of Teaching at a University level


Gabriel C?lin ?ARL?, Marius-Constantin POPESCU, Glicheria DAIANAurora UNGUREANU?DOBRE and Marian DRAGOMIR


Vol. 17  No. 5  pp. 115-120


This paper aims to use the Matlab program system to determine the ability of a sample of subjects, in this case students, to adapt to the requirements of the transition path from theoretical abstractions to concrete situations in everyday life, respectively to the self-constitution of the teams on the basis of the test scores. In the analyzed situation, the main feature of the test is imposing the distribution of the ordered vertical scores in an ordered horizontal plane as well as in a horizontal stochastic plane. The final evaluation criteria depended both, on the correctness of the course required to complete the test, as well as on the individual desire to belong to a team, which confirms the individual autonomy of the students. By an analysis in form of cluster, using common criteria, it was possible to determine the belonging of each subject to a team and the numerical differences between the formed teams. This type of program suggests the practice of self-chosen and specific assignments in each discilpin of studies, conducted towards a deadline. This type of activity enables subjects to truly understand what the role of collaboration and competition, in specially formed teams, is as well as their benefits and limitations in everyday work. Furthermore, they can understand and learn the tools of voluntary and spontaneous practice of activities in / and with the help of the team, as well as their usefulness in defining and understanding the condition of a person.


Psycho-behavioural mobility, the Matlab program system, Cluster, K-means, Performance analysis