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WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues

2001 Volume 3, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Remote Control and Visualization of Scanning Probe Microscopes via the Web

    Naresh K. Bade, Ashish Amresh, B. L. Ramakrishna & Ed Ong, Arizona State University, United States; Junyi Sun, AtWeb Corporation, United States; Anshuman Razdan, Arizona State University, United States

    We look at the current state of the art of technology and products that support tele-microscopy. Tele-microscopy does not have a precise definition. Generally, it means delivering data from a... More

    pp. 20-26

  2. Improving Spatial Ability With Virtual Reality: A Review of Research & Applications

    James L. Mohler, Purdue University, United States

    The concept of spatial ability is derived from psychometric research and theory (Pellegrino, Alderton, & Shute, 1984; Eliot & Smith, 1983), which defines spatial capacity as being separate and... More

    pp. 28-35

  3. Capturing Volatile Information:Server-side Solutions for a WWW Notebook

    Yolanda Jacobs Reimer & Sarah A. Douglas, University of Oregon, United States

    When people use the Web for information gathering purposes – such as conducting preliminary research for buying a car or looking up call numbers for library books – they may wish to save and... More

    pp. 36-44

  4. Web-Based Instrumentation in Educational Survey Research

    James A. White, Lou M. Carey & Kathleen A. Dailey, University of South Florida, United States

    The increasing popularity and wide availability of World Wide Web (WWW or Web) technologies provide the educational researcher with vehicles for improving research methods. Nowhere is this truer... More

    pp. 46-50

  5. On Simulating Internet Appliances Using the Jini Distributed Object Architecture

    Gang Duan & Billy Lim, Illinois State University, United States

    Over the past decade, the Internet and the World Wide Web have dramatically transformed society and changed our lives in many ways, from electronic news publishing and consumption to e-commerce,... More

    pp. 51-57