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International Journal of Online Engineering

Oct 05, 2020 Volume 16, Number 11

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Number of papers: 11

  1. M-Learning Based Remote Laboratory for Electronics Experiments

    Ramya M V, Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering; Purushothama G K, Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronics, Malnad College of Engineering, Hassan; K Prakash, Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, The National Institute of Engineering, Mysuru

    The paper goals on the implementation of Mobile learning (M-learning) based Remote Laboratory to maximize the available resource as well as to improve self learning ability. The developed system... More

    pp. 4-15

  2. International Sharing of the Remote Laboratory NetLab

    Andrew Nafalski, University of South Australia; Marek Miłosz, Lublin University of Technology; Hugh Considine, University of South Australia

    In this paper we report on the use of the NetLab remote laboratory located in Australia, accessed outside the country, including Sri Lanka, Poland, Singapore and Sweden and other tens of locations.... More

    pp. 16-31

  3. Fault Diagnosis of Rolling Bearing Using Wireless Sensor Networks and Convolutional Neural Network

    Liqun Hou, Zijing Li & Huaisheng Qu, North China Electric Power University

    Rolling bearings are widely used in modern production equipment. Effective bearing fault diagnosis method will improve the reliability of the machinery and increase its operating efficiency. In... More

    pp. 32-44

  4. Unique and Universal Proteins in Human Genome

    Essam Al-Daoud & Ghadeer Albesani, Computer Science Department, Faculty of Information Technology, Zarqa University, Zarqa, Jordan

    One of the major troubles with a comparative analysis between human and other species is that only similar amino acid sequences are selected for analysis. To find the connection among the species... More

    pp. 45-56

  5. Dengue Risk Mapping from Geospatial Data Using GIS and Data Mining Techniques

    Benjawan Hnusuwan & Siriwan Kajornkasirat; Supattra Puttinaovarat, 1Faculty of Science and Industrial Technology, Prince of Songkla University, Surat Thani campus, Thailand

    Dengue fever is a major public health problem and has been an epidemic in Thailand for a long time. Therefore, there is a need to find a way to prevent the disease. This research aimed to explore... More

    pp. 57-79

  6. Evaluation of Clinical Engineering Department Services in Riyadh City Hospitals

    Mohamed Waly, Department of Medical Equipment Technology, College of Applied Medical Sciences, Majmaah University, Al-Majmaah 11952, Saudi Arabia

    BACKGROUND: Since its establishment, clinical engineering in healthcare facilities has evolved rapidly owing to increased employment of highly trained staff. Clinical engineering department... More

    pp. 80-103

  7. Identifying Factors That Influence Pressure Ulcers by Numerical Simulation and Experimentation Methods

    He-Thong Bui, Le-Van Nguyen & Anh-Ngoc Tran Ho, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Technology and Education – The University of Danang; Quang-Bang Tao & Thanh-Nghi Ngo, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Science and Technology – The University of Danang

    This paper studies the factors that cause the development of pressure ulcers (PUs) and identify the prevention of pressure ulcers (PUs). After presenting the context of pressure ulcers (PUs), we... More

    pp. 104-119

  8. Measuring the Performance of Computer Vision Systems in Malaria Studies

    Juan Lorenzo-Ginori, Universidad Central "Marta Abreu" de Las Villas (UCLV).; Lyanett Chinea-Valdés, Electro-Medicine Dept. in Villa Clara Province, Ministry of Public Health.; Niurka Mollineada-Diogo & Alfredo Meneses-Marcel, Center for the Study of Chemical Bioactives, Universidad Central "Marta Abreu" de Las Villas (UCLV).

    Digital image processing-computer vision (DIP-CV) systems are used to automate malaria diagnosis through microscopy analysis of thin blood smears. Some variability is observed in the experimental... More

    pp. 120-136

  9. A New Algorithm for Storing and Migrating Data Modelled by Graphs

    Zakariyaa Ait El Mouden & Abdeslam Jakimi, Moulay Ismail University

    NoSQL databases have moved from theoretical solutions to exceed relational databases limits to a practical and indisputable application for storing and manipulation big data. In term of variety,... More

    pp. 137-152

  10. Analyzing Student’s Learning Interests in the Implementation of Blended Learning Using Data Mining

    Yuri Ariyanto, Budi Harijanto & Atiqah Asri, State Polytechnic of Malang

    Blended Learning combines teaching and learning activities in the classroom and online teaching. In its implementation, this learning method requires a lot of data. One of them is the student's... More

    pp. 153-160

  11. Effect of the Ilizarov Bone Fixation on Gait Cycle and Its Parameters

    Omyia Jawad & Sadiq Hamandi, Al-Nahrain University /College of Engineering/ Biomedical Engineering; Safa Al-Hussainy, Baghdad / Medical City

    Walking is the first manner of displacement for human and essential for daily life activities. The human gait can be analyzed from several points of view and specialization. The Ilizarov frame is... More

    pp. 161-168