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Xu, Le; Huang, Dijiang; Tsai, Wei-Tek – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2014
Hands-on experiments are essential for computer network security education. Existing laboratory solutions usually require significant effort to build, configure, and maintain and often do not support reconfigurability, flexibility, and scalability. This paper presents a cloud-based virtual laboratory education platform called V-Lab that provides a…
Descriptors: Computer Networks, Computer Security, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Hamblen, J. O.; van Bekkum, G. M. E. – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2013
This paper describes a new approach for a course and laboratory designed to allow students to develop low-cost prototypes of robotic and other embedded devices that feature Internet connectivity, I/O, networking, a real-time operating system (RTOS), and object-oriented C/C++. The application programming interface (API) libraries provided permit…
Descriptors: Robotics, Engineering Education, Computer Science Education, Internet
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Besada-Portas, E.; Lopez-Orozco, J. A.; de la Torre, L.; de la Cruz, J. M. – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2013
This paper presents a new methodology to develop remote laboratories for systems engineering and automation control courses, based on the combined use of TwinCAT, a laboratory Java server application, and Easy Java Simulations (EJS). The TwinCAT system is used to close the control loop for the selected plants by means of programmable logic…
Descriptors: Laboratories, Engineering, Computer Simulation, Web Sites
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Chuda, D.; Navrat, P.; Kovacova, B.; Humay, P. – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2012
The issue of plagiarism is discussed in the context of university education in disciplines related to computing. The focus is therefore mainly on software plagiarism. First, however, a case is made for the claim that the most important reason that plagiarism cannot be tolerated lies in the essence of the concept of a university as it is rooted in…
Descriptors: Plagiarism, Computer Software, Internet, Higher Education