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2 Author(s)
Graven, O.H. ; Fac. for Technol., Buskerud Univ. Coll., Kongsberg, Norway ; Samuelsen, D.A.H.

A remote laboratory system is presented. This remote laboratory system is created in order to facilitate initially simple but later on more complex pedagogic support for students using remote laboratories. The current system is designed to stop unwanted behaviour where students just utilise a trial and error approach. The system does also utilise a batch processing, but not in the traditional form, where the users add experiments and then expect to return for the results the next day or in a few hours. The aim of the batch system in this project is to complete all or close to all requests within seconds, thereby never give the students a feeling of batch processing, but rather giving the students the feeling that they have full control over the experiment all the time.

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Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation (REV), 2013 10th International Conference on

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6-8 Feb. 2013