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In this work, we propose a multifunctional e-learning environment with remote access for learning, getting hands-on experience, and carrying out laboratory research in developing optimized procedures for locating faults in complex electronic systems. It is a combination of a collection of software tools which simulate a system under diagnosis, emulate a pool of different strategies, methods, and algorithms of diagnostic reasoning and fault location, and allow to experiment with different embedded self-diagnosing architectures. Hands-on experiments target research teaching issues. The interactive character of the environment makes experiments attractive and helps to raise the students' curiosity.
EAEEIE Annual Conference, 2009
Date of Conference: 22-24 June 2009