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System engineering based design and control of teletraining sessions in an open environment

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3 Author(s)
Jacak, W. ; Dept. of Software Eng., Upper Austria Polytech. Univ., Hagenberg-Linz, Austria ; Wintersteiger, A. ; Rozenblit, J.

In this paper we present a method and a tool for modelling a teletraining session in heterogenous, distributed open environments. We propose a mathematical notion for the training process. Therefore we divide a whole training session into presentation units, define some relations on these units and develop a controller for running the session. Units consist of multimedia objects, such as text, graphics, video and audio, which have to be displayed with time and space synchronisation and coordination. In a related project at the Department of Software Engineering at the Upper Austria Polytechnic University a tool for modelling and running such teletraining sessions was developed. It is based on the herein defined formalism and compiles well defined unit models into JAVATTM code, which can be executed by usual WEB-Browsers

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Engineering of Computer-Based Systems, 1997. Proceedings., International Conference and Workshop on

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24-28 Mar 1997