Journal of
Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics

ISSN: 1690-4524 (Online)

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William Lesso

Nagib C. Callaos

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Influence of the Training Methods in the Diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis Using Radial Basis Functions Artificial Neural Networks
Ángel Gutiérrez
(pages: 1-6)

Improving Real Time Motor Skills in Physical Education by Virtual Computerized Technology Training. A Successful Attempt at Teaching Novice Computer Users.
Esther Zaretsky
(pages: 7-13)

Cyber Safety Education in Developing Countries
Rossouw Von Solms, Suné Von Solms
(pages: 14-19)

CRIS: A Rule-Based Approach for Customized Academic Advising
Chung-Wei Yeh
(pages: 20-24)

Competition-Stability Relationship in the Banking Sector
Jelena Titko, Konstantins Kozlovskis, Gulbakhyt Kaliyeva
(pages: 25-31)

Effectiveness and Utility of a Case-Based Model for Delivering Engineering Ethics Professional Development Units
Heidi Ann Hahn
(pages: 32-37)

New Organic Semiconductor Materials Applied in Organic Photovoltaic and Optical Devices
Andre F. S. Guedes, Vilmar P. Guedes, Simone Tartari, Mônica L. Souza, Idaulo J. Cunha
(pages: 38-40)

Implementation of Massive Agent Model Using Repast HPC and GPU
Shinsaku Segawa, Shofuku Kin, Hidenori Kawamura, Keiji Suzuki
(pages: 41-45)

The IT - Information Technology Governance and points to be considered in its practical implementation in Corporations
Altino José Mentzingen de Moraes
(pages: 46-50)

Price System for Water Supply and its Economic Impact Analysis
Jing Zhao, Hongzhen Ni, Genfa Chen, Jifeng Li, Shujun Bao
(pages: 51-57)

The Decision Support in Electricity Generation: A Model of Integrated Parameters and Indicators
Renata Maria Abrantes Baracho, Rogério Amaral Bonatti, Francisco Ricardo A. C. Baracho, Christiano Pessanha, Marina M. Starling Rezende, Cláudio Homero Ferreira Silva
(pages: 58-63)

Network Complexity Measures. An Information-Theoretic Approach.
Matthias Dehmer, Stefan Pickl
(pages: 64-67)

Participation in Information Markets Research: A New Conceptualization and Measurement
Khalid N. Alhayyan
(pages: 68-76)

Urban Stage 2014: Navigating Relationships during a Collaboration between Local Businesses, Nonprofits, a Large University, and a Mid-Sized City
David A. Driskill, Timothy J. Elliot
(pages: 77-83)

The Application of Karl Popper’s Three Worlds Schema to Questions about Information in the Fields of Complexity, Cybernetics, and Informatics
Paul D. Nugent, Richard Montague, Emilio Collar Jr.
(pages: 84-88)

Developing a GIS for Rural School Transportation in Minas Gerais, Brazil
Marcelo Franco Porto, Stanislas Thiéry, Nilson Tadeu Ramos Nunes, Izabela Ribas Vianna de Carvalho, João Fernando Machry Sarubbi, Cristiano Maciel da Silva
(pages: 89-94)





Enhancement of Online Robotics Learning Using Real-Time 3D Visualization Technology

Richard Chiou, Yongjin (james) Kwon, Tzu-Liang (bill) Tseng, Robin Kizirian, Yueh-Ting Yang

This paper discusses a real-time e-Lab Learning system based on the integration of 3D visualization technology with a remote robotic laboratory. With the emergence and development of the Internet field, online learning is proving to play a significant role in the upcoming era. In an effort to enhance Internet-based learning of robotics and keep up with the rapid progression of technology, a 3- Dimensional scheme of viewing the robotic laboratory has been introduced in addition to the remote controlling of the robots. The uniqueness of the project lies in making this process Internet-based, and remote robot operated and visualized in 3D. This 3D system approach provides the students with a more realistic feel of the 3D robotic laboratory even though they are working remotely. As a result, the 3D visualization technology has been tested as part of a laboratory in the MET 205 Robotics and Mechatronics class and has received positive feedback by most of the students. This type of research has introduced a new level of realism and visual communications to online laboratory learning in a remote classroom.

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