Dr Martin Bush


NameDr Martin Bush
Job titleVisiting Scholar
Organisational UnitComputer Science and Informatics

Research outputs

Addressing the shortcomings of traditional multiple-choice tests: subset selection without mark deductions

Otoyo, L and Bush, M (2018). Addressing the shortcomings of traditional multiple-choice tests: subset selection without mark deductions. Practical Assessment, Research and Evaluation. 23 (1).

Numerically-analysed Multiwavelet Transform computations: multidimensional compression case studies

Alramahi, N, Bush, M and Swash, R (2017). Numerically-analysed Multiwavelet Transform computations: multidimensional compression case studies. International Conference on Communication, Management and Information Technology. Warsaw, Poland 03 - 05 Apr 2017

Novel 3D Stereoscopic Film Compression using Multiwavelet

Alramahi, N, Bush, M and Swash, R (2017). Novel 3D Stereoscopic Film Compression using Multiwavelet. International Conference on Communication, Management and Information Technology. Warsaw, Poland 03 - 05 Apr 2017

Coding and Decoding Stereoscopic Film Compression by Multiwavelet Transform

Alramahi, N, Bush, M and Swash, R (2017). Coding and Decoding Stereoscopic Film Compression by Multiwavelet Transform. International Conference on Communication, Management and Information Technology. Warsaw, Poland 03 - 05 Apr 2017

Size Optimization of 3D Stereoscopic Film Frames

Alramahi, N and Bush, M (2017). Size Optimization of 3D Stereoscopic Film Frames. International Conference on Communication, Management and Information Technology. Warsaw, Poland 03 - 05 Apr 2017

Reducing the need for guesswork in multiple-choice tests

Bush, M (2014). Reducing the need for guesswork in multiple-choice tests. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education. 40 (2), pp. 218 - 231.

Quality assurance of multiple-choice tests

Bush, M (2006). Quality assurance of multiple-choice tests. Quality Assurance in Education. 14 (4), pp. 398 - 404.

A multiple choice test that rewards partial knowledge

Bush, M (2001). A multiple choice test that rewards partial knowledge. Journal of Further and Higher Education. 25 (2), pp. 157 - 163.
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