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C.W.Holeman II


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Emle - Electronic Mathematics Laboratory Equipment

Emle Links

Emle project is hosted by SourceForge.net.

Emle - Electronic Mathematics Laboratory Equipment Web Site
http://emle.sf.net/

The most recently released version of the Emle application is on the SourceForge.net Emle project web site. It is a copy of it as it would be installed on Sugar from the library collection bundle.

Emle V2.4-5 - Collection Index
http://emle.sourceforge.net/emle020405/emle_index.html

Still-Under-Development Version

Still-under-development version of the Emle application is on the SourceForge.net cvs source code server. It is a copy as would be installed on Sugar from the library collection bundle.

Collection Index
http://emle.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/*checkout*/emle/emle/emle_index.html

Documentation Page
http://emle.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/*checkout*/emle/emle/dev/web_site.html

Developer Info
http://emle.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/*checkout*/emle/emle/dev/contribute_introduction.html

Emle Structure

Emle is composed of a collection of:

  • Labs

Each lab is composed of one or more:

  • Equipment
  • Instructions

Emle Tasks

Emle has a prototype implementation. To make it usable there are several tasks that need to be worked upon.

  • The instructions and other text need to be translated.
  • Labs need to be designed, implemented and instructions written.
  • Additional equipment is needed to expand the possible labs that can be written.
  • Code needs to be added in Javascript to support additional features as needed by the equipment.

Each level of the above tasks is ready to be addressed. As the functionality of an existing level is exercised/stressed the lower levels will need to be expanded. The labs and equipment are written in XML and the instructions are mainly XHTML. Each of the lower levels require increasingly more technical skills.

Emle Technologies

HTML index page has a static index of languages and labs available. The selected lab XML file is processed by XLST in the web browser using emle_lab.xsl and the specified language message file. The resulting page includes XHTML, SVG and Javascript which provides an interactive lab for the student.