World Wide Web-based Simulation *

@inproceedings{Veith1999WorldWW,
  title={World Wide Web-based Simulation *},
  author={Tamie L. Veith and John E. Kobza and C. Patrick Koelling},
  year={1999}
}
World Wide Web (WWW) simulation is a new engineering tool with enormous potential to impact engineering education. By combining the modeling capability of traditional simulation tools with the communication capability of the Internet, WWW-based simulation provides wide accessibility, controlled access, efficient maintenance and increased integration. This paper describes WWWbased simulation, reviews its development and educational applications, and summarizes the current state of the art in… CONTINUE READING

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