The Virtual Control Laboratory Paradigm : Architectural Design Requirements and Realization Through a DC-Motor Example *

@inproceedings{PeekTheVC,
  title={The Virtual Control Laboratory Paradigm : Architectural Design Requirements and Realization Through a DC-Motor Example *},
  author={C. S. Peek and Oscar D. Crisalle}
}
The architectural requirements of an effective Virtual Control Laboratory (VCL) are described from a generalized perspective that takes into account the objective of supporting flexible, active, and discovery learning. It is argued that a Web-publishable VCL accessible via standard browsers maximizes flexibility. A realization of the proposed architectural paradigm is presented in the form of a VCL specialized for the control of a DC motor, organized in a modular fashion in terms of an… CONTINUE READING
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