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Object Description Based Processes for Higher Education in Global Computer Networks

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4 Author(s)
Radu-Emil Precup ; Politehnica" University of Timisoara, Bd. V. Parvan no. 2, RO-300223 Timisoara, Romania ; Jozsef Gati ; Gyula Kartyas ; Stefan Preitl

Demand for higher education programs on the Internet is still emerging. These programs make it possible to utilize advanced information and communication technology mainly at distance education. Research in this area is aimed at application of proven methodologies from information technology. One of these methodologies is model description of objects and processes about them. Basically, higher education programs are well fit to model description. However, high number of highly interrelated objects must be handled and objects are local program, subject area, geographic, industry, university, and student group specific. Description is needed that can cope with this task. A modeling has been published recently that drew the attention of the authors of this paper. They analyzed that modeling considering predefined demands by practical application. This paper gives an evaluation of a recent approach to virtual higher education environments. Following this, the proposed modeling is evaluated from the point of view of description of real world cased in distance education of engineers. Finally, a possible implementation of the proposed modeling within the organization of higher education Internet portals is analyzed.

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2007 4th International Symposium on Applied Computational Intelligence and Informatics

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Yearly 17 2007-May 18 2007