A Virtual Laboratory System with Biometric Authentication and Remote Proctoring Based on Facial Recognition

@inproceedings{Zhang2016AVL,
  title={A Virtual Laboratory System with Biometric Authentication and Remote Proctoring Based on Facial Recognition},
  author={Zhou Zhang and Mingshao Zhang and Yizhe Chang and Sven K. Esche and Constantin Chassapis},
  year={2016}
}
Virtual laboratories are used in online education, corporate training and professional skill development. There are several aspects that determine the value and effectiveness of virtual laboratories, namely (i) the cost of development which includes the cost of creating the virtual environment and designing and implementing the laboratory exercises, (ii) the benefits brought to the trainees compared with those provided by traditional physical laboratories, and (iii) the operation which includes… 

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