Every teacher at any level of education builds and manages a knowledge base relevant to his subject in electronic form. This paper presents methodological principles and an example of the development of an information system for knowledge management and the preparation of materials for knowledge examination. In the developed system, collections of true statements in the form of free – unstructured text were used. A simplified notation scheme was used for hierarchies and classifications, and generically formulated problems with solutions in symbolic form (in mathematics and physics) were obtained using the SymbolicC ++ library. The developed information system enables automatic generation of knowledge tests (in PDF or HTML format), which contain the formulation of questions or problems, the exact solution as well as the offered false answers, obtained from the knowledge base
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