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Re: Passing UMOs [was: Re:]

> Which part of "Difficulty level does not affect access to objects in any
> way"
> is still unclear?

It is clear.
My point is that completing all tasks within a certain DL should give a
user rights to vote even if there are other "not passed" UMOs that belong
to different DLs.
It's DL kind of voting. Users should be able to vote on DL of UMO once
they passed all requirements for voting on this UMO. For example, after
taking Test A of DL 2 for Course C, Student should be able to vote on Test
A even if there is a Test B of DL 1 in Course C for which he doesn't
quilify as a voter.

Another thing that bothers me a bit is that users have to "pass" _all_
UMOs to qulify for voting. Maybe something like 70%-80% should be enough.
Otherwise it's going to be hard to qualify for voting on fairly large

> sergey@total-knowledge.com wrote:
>> I added set of activity diagrams for each UMO type, also new interface
>> "Voting" added to the Model class diagram.
>> New uu.xmi is attached. Below my comments on how I view the voting
>> proccess for each UMO:
>> 1. "Passing Course" diagram
>> You can vote a Course after passing all Topics within a Course for given
>> Difficulty Level.
>>>> 2006/12/19, Ilya A. Volynets-Evenbakh <ilya@total-knowledge.com
>>>> <mailto:ilya@total-knowledge.com>>:
>>>>     Course can be passed by passing final exam.
>> I'm not sure what's final exam. Maybe a new UMO Exam that contains set
>> of
>> tests and problems designed by Author specifically for final exams? Or,
>> perhaps, Student "passes" a Course if his overall rating(score) is above
>> certain level set by Teacher? How do Teachers assign final exams to
>> Students?
>> Please elaborate on this.
>> 2. "Passing Topic" diagram
>> Topic considered "passed" if (within a given DL)
>>   a) All Explanations passed
>>   b) All Tests passed
>>   c) All Problems passed
>>   d) All Dialogs of Texts passed
>> 3. "Passing Explanations" diagram
>> Explanations considered "passed" if (within a given DL) user view all of
>> them in his browser.
>> 4. "Passing Tests" diagram
>> Tests considered "passed" if (within a given DL) user solved all
>> problems
>> in this Test(submitted solutions to a Teacher)
>> 5. "Passing Problems" diagram
>> Problems considered "passed" if (within a given DL) user solved all
>> problems in the Topic(submitted solutions to a Teacher)
>> 6. "Passing Dialogs of Texts" diagram
>> Dialogs of Texts considered "passed" if (within a given DL) user view
>> all
>> of them in his browser. Not sure if clicking on links to view all the
>> dialog arguments should be included in the "passing" requirement.
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> Ilya A. Volynets-Evenbakh
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