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Workshop On Web Access Controls And Measurements

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2001 Annual Conference


Albuquerque, New Mexico

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June 24, 2001

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June 24, 2001

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June 27, 2001



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6.1167.1 - 6.1167.11

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Paul Lin

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Session 0458

Workshop on Web Access to Controls and Measurement

Paul I-Hai Lin

Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne


This workshop addresses technological issues in building a Web-based real-time system for instrumentation and control applications. A Web-based real-time system, in general, incorporates Internet, Web clients and servers, CGI scripts, and remote access devices. This workshop covers World Wide Web, TCP/IP applications, HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol), Web clients and servers software, HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) pages for device control and measurement, common gateway interface (CGI) programs, and remote access devices (parallel port interface, data acquisition card, USB, RS232, and RS485). A TCP/IP-based distributed measurement and control systems for laboratory environment is also presented.

Contents 1. Introduction to Internet-Based Measurement and Control System 2. TCP/IP Applications and WWW 3. Web Client/Server and HTTP Protocol 4. HTML Web Page Design 5. Design Issues of Web Access Controls and Measurement

Topics of Discussion 1. Introduction to Internet-Based Measurement and Control System 1.1 Major components 1.2 Web Server 1.3 Remote Access Devices (Parallel Interface, Data Acquisition card, USB, RS232, or RS485) 1.4 CGI Interface program (Java, JavaScript, Perl)

Proceedings of the 2001 American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition Copyright 2001, American Society for Engineering Education

Lin, P. (2001, June), Workshop On Web Access Controls And Measurements Paper presented at 2001 Annual Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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