Networking Online Labs within the ISA Framework
Keywords:online laboratories, Web services, remote control of devices
The proposed paper focuses in outlining the implementation of online laboratories within the framework of the iLab Shared Architecture (ISA) in order to facilitate sharing those labs among several institutions and managing laboratory users. The laboratories are compliant with the ISA batched architecture, which is based on Web services to mediate the communication between Lab Servers and Lab Clients. The first laboratory presented is a Hybrid Lab that allows for the realization of real experiments as well as simulations with an analog programmable device.
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