Tuesday, October 18
3:25-3:45 PM

A Framework for Developing Scalable Remote Experiment Laboratory

Brief Paper ID: 34763
  1. Claudio Olmi
    University of Houston
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    Xuemin Chen
    Texas Southern University
  3. Gangbing Song
    University of Houston

Abstract: Internet remote controlled experiments provide several benefits to students and institutions. It has been shown in the literature that in class demonstrations and remote laboratories increases the quality of teaching and consequently the student performance, while reducing the expenses burden by the institution. However, the literature related to remote laboratory, there has been a constant focus on the technologies to design an efficient web front panel for the fixed experiment without enough consideration on the scalability of remote experiment laboratory. In this paper, the framework for a scalable remote experiment laboratory is presented.

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