Development and Use of a Virtual Laboratory of Measuring Devices
Development and extensive use of virtual laboratories (VLs) in various subject domains is a really actual practical task of our time. Universal platforms such as Unity, OpenSim as well as object-oriented and web-oriented high-level languages (C, Java, PHP) are used for VLs implementation. A significant progress has already been achieved in simulation (modeling) of real-world objects and systems, in providing a trainee’s interface, as well as in forming a bank of exercises and tasks. But the task of trainees’ actions assessment in VLs has not yet been solved in its full completeness. The goals of this research work are: to develop a mathematical model of a virtual laboratory, which includes a complex of computer-based simulation systems of measuring devices; to develop a method of trainee’s actions assessment in a virtual laboratory; to realize and integrate a virtual laboratory into the learning process.
KeywordsVirtual laboratory Simulation system Training process
The study was carried out with the financial support of the Russian Fund of Basic Research and the Government of the Ulyanovsk region, project No. 16-47-732152. The research is supported by a grant from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, project No. 2.1615.2017/4.6.
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