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I have used Java programs specifically to deliver Mathematics assessment via the
Internet. This has primarily involved extending Question Mark Perception to
introduce more flexibility - allowing full randomization of numerical values to be used
into questions. As a by-product I can also produce questions involving "quasi"
randomization (data being read from a finite database) and this can be also be used
to produce non-mathematical questions, and to introduce several new types of