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This paper describes the atuhors' research into using Java to develop tools to support hte teaching of Digital Signal Processing. Focusing on the application of concepts of Human-Computer Interaction allows the formulation of design requirements which facilitate the development of tools that are both usable and useful. Developing tools meeting these requirements yields teaching aids endowed with a novel characteristic lacking from comparable Java tools - flexibility. An exemplar of this flexibility is tha teducators with no Java experience can configure the tools to meet course requirements. A planned user-centred evaluation is intended to provide information that lays the groundwork for investigating possible educational gains resulting from the use of these tools by educators and students.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the First Signal Processing Education Workshop|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 2000|
|Event||First IEEE Signal Processing Education Workshop - Hunt, Texas, United States|
Duration: 15 Oct 2000 → 18 Oct 2000
|Conference||First IEEE Signal Processing Education Workshop|
|Period||15/10/00 → 18/10/00|
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Web Based, tools and strategies for internet based engineering education
1/03/99 → 31/12/01