Yun-Long Sie

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The Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) includes a representation of distance learning contents and a behavior definition of how users should interact with the contents. Usually, SCORM-Compliant systems are developed based on Web browsers or Java program. We developed a system which allows users to read SCORM-Compliant course materials on(More)
With advanced technologies, computer devices have become smaller and powerful. As a result, many people enjoy ubiquitous learning using mobile devices such as Pocket PCs. Pocket PCs are easy to carry and use as a distance learning platform. In this paper, we focus on the issues of transferring the current PC based Sharable Content Object Reference Model(More)
Image inpainting (or image completion) techniques use textural or structural information to repair or fill damaged potions of a picture. However, most techniques request a human to identify the portion to be inpainted. We developed a new mechanism which can automatically detect defect portions in a photo, including damages by color ink spray and scratch(More)
The Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) provides some important representation for distance learning content and the learning behavior. In general, SCORM-Compliant learning content can be viewed via the Web browsers. In this paper, we built an environment which allows people to read SCORM-Compliant course materials on hardcopy papers with a(More)
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