Remote labs: Active element IV characteristics
Ali M. Abu-El Humos, Florida Atlantic University, United States
Master of Science, Florida Atlantic University . Awarded
This thesis proposes the use of remote laboratory experiments in distance education. Remote labs combine both the convenience of distance education and the effectiveness of the traditional physical campus labs. Moreover, this research studies the different hardware and software technologies that would make remote lab experimentation feasible in terms of cost and quality. The focus in this thesis is how to use BS2 with Microsoft ASP and COM technologies to build a remote lab experiment with minimum hardware and software cost, while maintaining satisfactory on-line experiment quality.
Remote labs is a creative innovation in the world of distance education. This thesis is based on the pioneering work of Dr. Alhalabi and Dr. Hamza.
Abu-El Humos, A.M. Remote labs: Active element IV characteristics. Master of Science thesis, Florida Atlantic University.
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