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Development of evelopment Virtual Experiment on Clipping Circuits  [PDF]
Bhaskar Y. Kathane,Pradeep B. Dahikar
International Journal of Computer Science and Network , 2012,
Abstract: In this research paper we have formulated howexperiments on Clippers are performed using the conceptof virtual Intelligent SoftLab (VIS). A CombinationClipper circuit constructed using the Virtual SoftLab andobserved actual outputs using VIS Model. Clippingcircuits are used to remove the part of a signal that isabove or below some defined reference level. VIS helpsus to create results using visual display. Software forconducting the experimentations in Clipper has beendeveloped which helps students to perform and practicethe experiments. This paper explains the working ofdifferent diode clipper circuits like Positive and NegativeDiode Clippers using Combinational Clipper Circuit withthe help of VIS Model. A Clipper experiments provides apictorial method of design and evaluating experiments. Inthis paper we have designed the software that can observethe results. This will help students in understandingworking of combination Clipper. Such animplementation as regards other basic experiments isin progress.
Virtual Roaming System Based on Unity3D
基于Unity3D的虚拟漫游系统

ZHU Hui-Juan,
朱惠娟

计算机系统应用 , 2012,
Abstract: The campus virtual roaming system is the important content of the university information system development strategy, the virtual roaming system is applied in every field of our lives. Take a college as virtual space, the system based on Unity3D platform is constructed by using 3Dmax to build the scene, taking JavaScript and C# as the programming tool to implement the function of interaction. Through the integration with html, the virtual campus is established. This system has three-dimensional navigation function and good interactive experience. It is convenient for consumers to require information about the college. Through this experiment, it is proved unity3d is a very useful tool for designing a virtual platform.
Organization Virtual or Networked?
Rūta Tamo?iūnait?
Social Technologies , 2011,
Abstract: Purpose—to present distinction between “virtual organization” and “networked organization”; giving their definitions.Design/methodology/approach—review of previous researches, systemic analyses of their findings and synthesis of distinctive characteristics of ”virtual organization” and “networked organization.”Findings—the main result of the research is key diverse features separating ”virtual organization” and ”networked organization.” Definitions of “virtual organization” and “networked organization” are presented.Originality/Value—distinction between “virtual organization” and “networked organization” creates possibilities to use all advantages of those types of organizations and gives foundation for deeper researches in this field.
Desarrollo e implementación de un Campus Virtual como soporte del cursado de la asignatura Diagnóstico y Terapéutica por Imágenes (DyT) Development and Implementation of a Virtual Campus to support Diagnostic and Therapeutic Imaging Course  [cached]
Raúl Simonetto,Mónica del Valle,Gastón Pérez Zenatti,Laura Valuntas
Revista Argentina de Radiología , 2011,
Abstract: Objetivo: analizar el impacto de la utilización de herramientas didácticas virtuales como soporte de las actividades presenciales en el cursado de la asignatura Diagnóstico y Terapéutica por Imágenes, de la Facultad de Ciencias Médicas de la Universidad Nacional de La Plata. Se evaluó el grado de adhesión de los estudiantes y se lo comparó con el interés generado por otras actividades no obligatorias presenciales ofrecidas en un período similar. Material y métodos: se desarrolló e implementó un Campus Virtual utilizando diversos programas que permitieron crear, organizar, ofrecer, actualizar e incrementar permanentemente el material didáctico. El proyecto se desarrolló en treinta días, luego de lo cual el sitio fue de acceso público. La muestra de alumnos participantes fue de 700 y el análisis se realizó desde el 1o de octubre de 2007 al 30 de septiembre de 2008. Resultados: la adhesión a la utilización de esta nueva herramienta didáctica fue elevada, alcanzando el 82% de los estudiantes en curso durante el lapso mencionado, a diferencia del bajo número de interesados en las propuestas convencionales. éstas últimas no superaron el 40%. Conclusiones: la implementación de una herramienta didáctica de soporte basada en un Campus Virtual tuvo un rápido y elevado grado de adhesión voluntaria por parte de los alumnos, en comparación con las actividades convencionales ofrecidas por el mismo grupo de docentes. Aim: To analyze the impact of didactic tools on virtual environments to support the Diagnostic and Therapeutic Imaging (T & I) course at the National La Plata University (School of Medical Sciences). We evaluated the commitment of students in comparison with their interest in extra classroom activities offered in a similar period. Material and methods: We developed and implemented a Virtual Campus using various programs to continuously create, organize, deliver, update and improve the teaching material. The project was developed in thirty days, after which the site was made available to the general public. The study sample consisted of 700 students, and the analysis was performed from October 1st, 2007 to September 30th, 2008. Results: A high adherence to the use of this new teaching tool was observed, reaching 82% of the students over the study period, compared to the low number of participants in the conventional approaches, who failed to exceed 40%. Conclusion: The implementation of an educational tool based on a Virtual Campus was associated with a rapid and high degree of voluntary student participation, compared with conventional activities offered
ALVIC versus the Internet: Redesigning a Networked Virtual Environment Architecture  [PDF]
Peter Quax,Jeroen Dierckx,Bart Cornelissen,Wim Lamotte
International Journal of Computer Games Technology , 2008, DOI: 10.1155/2008/594313
Abstract: The explosive growth of the number of applications based on networked virtual environment technology, both games and virtual communities, shows that these types of applications have become commonplace in a short period of time. However, from a research point of view, the inherent weaknesses in their architectures are quickly exposed. The Architecture for Large-Scale Virtual Interactive Communities (ALVICs) was originally developed to serve as a generic framework to deploy networked virtual environment applications on the Internet. While it has been shown to effectively scale to the numbers originally put forward, our findings have shown that, on a real-life network, such as the Internet, several drawbacks will not be overcome in the near future. It is, therefore, that we have recently started with the development of ALVIC-NG, which, while incorporating the findings from our previous research, makes several improvements on the original version, making it suitable for deployment on the Internet as it exists today.
Development of Virtual Experiment on 7-Segment Display Decoder Using Virtual Intelligent SoftLab  [PDF]
Bhaskar Y. Kathane,Pradeep B. Dahikar
International Journal of Computer Technology and Applications , 2012,
Abstract: We use the decimal code to represent numbers. Digital electronic circuits in computers and calculators use general the binary code to represents numbers. A common task of decoding from machine language to decimal numbers is encoding. A very common output device to display decimal numbers is the seven segment display. In this research paper we have formulated how experiments on 7-Segment display are performed using the concept of virtual Intelligent SoftLab (VIS). A 7-Segment display constructed using the Virtual SoftLab and observed actual outputs. The 10 (ten) digits (0-9) are represented by 4-bit input. VIS helps us to create results using visual display. Software for conducting the experimentations in 7-Segment display has been developed which helps students to perform and practice the experiments. A 7-Segment display experiments provides a pictorial method of design and evaluating experiments. In this paper we have designed the software that can observe the results. This will help students in understanding working of 7-Segment display
Study on the Network Virtual Ear Experiment Based on 3D Engine
Xiujuan Wang,Dan Wang,Hui Wang,Lingge Meng
Modern Applied Science , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/mas.v5n3p221
Abstract: At present, the virtual experiment has been one of the most important and hot applications in the virtual reality technology. By applying advanced computer and network technology into the classroom teaching and network distance teaching, combining with the ear experiment in the anthropotomy course, using 3DMax and MaxScript scripting language to construct the 3D modeling of ear, and transferring VRML and JavaScript technological combination to realize the dynamic interaction of the ear structure and eardrum vibration. The virtual experiment based on the campus network in the article could be presented to teachers and students by the web form, and support the classroom teaching and network distance teaching sufficiently.
Avatar Mobility in Networked Virtual Environments: Measurements, Analysis, and Implications  [PDF]
Huiguang Liang,Ian Tay,Ming Feng Neo,Wei Tsang Ooi,Mehul Motani
Computer Science , 2008,
Abstract: We collected mobility traces of 84,208 avatars spanning 22 regions over two months in Second Life, a popular networked virtual environment. We analyzed the traces to characterize the dynamics of the avatars mobility and behavior, both temporally and spatially. We discuss the implications of the our findings to the design of peer-to-peer networked virtual environments, interest management, mobility modeling of avatars, server load balancing and zone partitioning, client-side caching, and prefetching.
Virtual Campus: Education beyond LMS  [cached]
Luis Farley Ortiz F.
Revista de Universidad y Sociedad del Conocimiento , 2007,
Abstract: The boom in virtual education, or e-learning, over the last ten years has forced educational institutions to rethink their strategy towards education and technology: from institutions that are just starting to share resources on their website, through to those that provide a series of online educational and administrative services such as admissions, registration, electronic payment, digital library, content management systems (CMS), learning management systems (LMS) and learning content management systems (LCMS).
Development and Testing of Electronic Architecture for Networked ECUs Using Diagnosis Fault System.  [PDF]
Rahul B. Adsul,Deepali A. Dekate
International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology , 2013,
Abstract: The progressive increase in number of components and electronic system demands the overall architecture to be developed in different scenario .In order to achieve optimum electronic systems, it is necessary to build many real devices and evaluate the performance of systems. However, it is also becoming necessary to build virtual devices because of the increasingly complicated and large-scale systems. So the physical level, connecting between functional level and implementation level, should also be applied to virtual development. On the other hand, not only the functions, but also the safety designs need virtual technology to apply fault injection. With increasingly sophisticated ECU development technologies, static simulators can no longer work with requisite testing requirements, so dynamic simulators are preferred. This progression with dynamic simulator will discusses the overall architecture of the system and the design decisions are made to reduce system cost. This paper also discusses a concept and a powerful tool, which allows a wide range of automatic tests to be performed on networked ECUs. More precisely, it represents a complex system for connecting and testing all the networked ECUs in a modern vehicle. Basically, testing is a vital and on-going part of the product development process, especially in the development of automotive systems. Validation testing of vehicle electrical systems and their computation is difficult and thus, expanding with the growth of certain features. Thus, a key to reduce test costs in increasingly complex systems is to work with the ability of the requisite distribution process in order to make every testable component in simpler manner
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