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Title: Implementation of Logistics Management by Virtual Instruments and RFID Techniques Teaching Aids and Materials for Evaluating
Authors: Yao, Kai-chao;Chen, Tai-li
Contributors: 工業教育與技術學系
Keywords: RFID;LabVIEW;Logistics Management
Date: 2008-12
Issue Date: 2012-08-07T01:11:50Z
Publisher: 彰化師範大學工業教育系
Abstract: In this reseach, use the virtual instrument to practice logistics management was designed and constructed. Also, a teaching activity is performed. The differences between the RFID logistics management and the bar code logistics management were more convenient read function and easily understandable human-machine interface. The major works of the research were: 1. The development of the virtual human machine interface. 2. The integration of system structure. 3. The experiment coruse designing. 4. Affective test. In this reseach, the core of virtual oscilloscope was computer, using RFID system to connect with LabVIEW system. It will save the cost and slove the problems of update repairs.
Base on the developed teaching materials and references to design the affective sensitivity scale and also analyzing by item analysis, reliability analysis and content validity, the affective sensitivity scale is built. Moreover, after performing teaching activity, the scale is used to evaluate the affective sensitivity of participatory.
Relation: Journal of Industrial Education and Technology, 34: 103-118
Appears in Collections:[Department of Industrial Education and Technology] Periodical Articles

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