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System architecture for data acquisition, extraction and analysis for experiments with weblabs

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The concern about understanding the effects of climate change on the environment, such as the decline of pollinators found in nature, the need to support researchers to run experiments efficiently and to share those results, makes it necessary to study and develop virtual laboratories through the web, in order to gain greater insight on the behavior of bees, which is the main pollinator of plants. The hardware structure and software architecture for the implementation of virtual labs, also known as weblabs are presented. In addition to the information technology involved, sensor networks were used for data acquisition, and tools for extraction and analysis of data collected transforming them into information that can be easily used by researchers.

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Digital Information Management (ICDIM), 2010 Fifth International Conference on

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5-8 July 2010