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Revista Facultad de Ingeniería Universidad de Antioquia

Print version ISSN 0120-6230On-line version ISSN 2422-2844


BACCA CORTES, Bladimir; CAICEDO, Eduardo  and  RAMIREZ, José. JMat - Multiuser and remote calculation software tool for the problem based learning using Matlab. Antioquia [online]. 2011, n.59, pp.158-168. ISSN 0120-6230.

JMat is a software calculation tool developed on JAVA and EJS (Easy Java Simulations), client/server-based, multiuser support and remote access to Matlab. The main goal of the calculation software tool is to offer to remote users an interaction with Matlab using its three interfaces: Command Console, where users executes Matlab text commands; Work Space and Plotting, where automatically the remote user variables are stored and plotted individually; Functions and File Transfer, where users functions can be created, and data can be send or receive to and from a server. JMat requires an Internet access, a PC server with Matlab installed, and a client (WEB browser or stand-alone application). It is not necessary a Matlab on client side. Actually, JMat is being used at Universidad of Valle in courses like Automatic Process Control, Intelligent Control, Artificial Neural Networks, Signal Processing and Digital Image Processing as a tool for problem-based learning through the University of Valle's eLearning platform.

Keywords : JAVA; EJS; cliente / servidor; Matlab; remoto; multiusuario.

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