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Reliability, Scalability and Robustness Issues in IRI Ehab Al-Shaer Alaa Youssef Hussein Abdel-Wahab Kurt Maly
 

Summary: Reliability, Scalability and Robustness Issues in IRI
Ehab Al-Shaer Alaa Youssef Hussein Abdel-Wahab Kurt Maly
C. Michael Overstreet
Department of Computer Science
Old Dominion University
Norfolk, VA 23529-0162
email: (ehab, youssef, wahab, maly, cmo)@cs.odu.edu
This paper appeared in WETICE'97: the IEEE 6th
Workshops on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for
Collaborative Enterprises, held in Cambridge, MA, USA,
June 1997.
Abstract
Over the past two years, we have used the IRI (Interac-
tive Remote Instruction) system to teach several live inter-
active classes with students in different cities. While this
system is a prototype - we are using it to better understand
both system performance requirements and what tools can
be effective for remote instruction and how to use them -
we have used it repeatedly to teach regularly scheduled for-
credit university classes. This repeated use has resulted in

  

Source: Al-Shaer, Ehab - School of Computer Science, Telecommunications and Information Systems, DePaul University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences