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Remote control systems laboratory

Silva, P. M. A., Calado, J. M. F., Sá da Costa, J. M. G. and Becerra, V. M. (2002) Remote control systems laboratory. In: IFAC Internet Based Control Education (IBCE'01), 14 Dec 2001, Madrid, Spain, pp. 31-36.

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Control systems theory can be a discipline difficult to learn without some laboratory help. With the help of focused laboratories this discipline turns to be very interesting to the students involved. The main problem is that laboratories aren't always available to students, and sometimes, when they are available, aren't big enough to a growing student population. Thus, with computer networks growing so fast, why don't create remote control labs that can be used by a large number of students? Why don't create remote control labs using Internetⓒ Copyright ?2001 IFAC Keywords: Remote Control, Computer Networks, Database, Educational Aids, Laboratory Education, Communication Control Applications.

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