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106 TRANSACTIONS Volume 17, No. 3 Received: Month Year; Revised: Month Year; Accepted: July 2000
 

Summary: 106 TRANSACTIONS Volume 17, No. 3
Received: Month Year; Revised: Month Year; Accepted: July 2000
TRANSACTIONS of The Society for Computer Simulation International
ISSN 0740-6797/00
Copyright © 2000 The Society for Computer Simulation International
Volume 17, Number 3, pp. ##-##
1. Introduction
The currently most successful hypermedia system is the World
Wide Web (WWW), which has many advantages over tradi-
tional hypertext applications. This has brought about the cur-
rent proliferation of educational courses on the WWW [1, 2],
which run from a simple transposition of lecture notes, to pages
including more sophisticated elements, such as animated graph-
ics, simulations and so forth. Students are also more and more
familiar with browsing the Web and playing computer games.
Such Web users, in order to use simulation, desire tools that
allow quick and easy experimentation [3].
The clear interest towards this field has created a need for
adequate tools to help in the elaboration of the courses, which
should make it possible to express all the possibilities offered

  

Source: Alfonseca, Manuel - Escuela Politécnica Superior, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences; Engineering