A Web-Based Laboratory for Digital Signal Processing
This paper presents a web-based laboratory to practice with embedded systems and in particular with Digital Signal Processing. The laboratory has been developed using a service oriented architecture to guarantee flexibility and interoperability with different electronic devices. Moreover it provides end users with a web based interface directly accessible through Internet and employees a wide range of modern Web 2.0 technologies. This approach allows creating complex web applications avoiding to install any plug-in on usersâ?? browsers. The paper presents how the remote laboratory can be used in an e-learning scenario and details how it can be integrated in feasible educational path based on common learning platforms such as Moodle.
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