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An autonomous and multi platform virtual laboratory for educational purposes is presented. The implemented platform includes
a server with a SSH(Secure SHeil)connection and a separated repository containing the virtual experiments. The programming of the
experiments is implemented in Java language
based tool, the EJS (Easy Java Simulation)
and uses an external computation engine,
for example MatIab. The virtual laboratory
provides control system experimentsat University level. Two application examples are described, namely, a magnetic levitator
and an inverted pendulum cart system. The
virtual laboratory has been successfully
used for education and training of Electronics Engineering students.
A discussion of the results of this e-learning experience is also presented.
CitationVillar-Zafra, A. [et al.]. Multiplatform virtual laboratory for engineering education. A: International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation. "2012 9th International Conference Remote Engineering & Virtual Instrumentation (REV), Bilbao, Spain, 04-06 July 2012". Bilbao: IEEE, 2012, p. 1-6.
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