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  • 1. Development and Simulation
    of Mobile learning
    Application on Rubber Cultivation
    by:
    TamalGoswami
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH
    TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH
    (A Central University)
    Suryamaninagar , PIN: 799130 , Agartala , Tripura (W)
  • 2. FEATURING
    • Mobile Learning Paradigm.
    • 3. Advantage of M-Learning for.
    • 4. Rural beneficiaries.
    • 5. Process configuration.
    • 6. Mobile Learning tech. in the rubber
    cultivation sector.
    • Simulated results and database .
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
  • 7. MOBILE LEARNING PARADIGM
    EXPERTS
    • The employee/ learner / user is
    viewed as knowledge seeker
    with constantly changing needs
    & time frames.
    ONLINE
    SUPPORT
    INFORMATION
    REPOSITORIES
    • Online & Offline support
    services enable greater set
    of knowledge.
    COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE
    PERFORMER
    CLASSROOM TRAINING
    • On-demand learning in the
    workplace, at the moment of need,
    becomes essential.
    FIELD SUPPORT
    Fig 1: Mobile Learning paradigm
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
  • 8. ADVANTAGES OF M- LEARNING FOR
    • STUDENTS
    Ensures all students from different institutions connected with
    the system have equal access.
    • CORPORATES / ENTERPRICES / INSTITUTIONS / ORGANIZATIONS
    Interaction and collaboration between them with smarter
    services.
    • RURAL SECTOR
    Person engaged in rural service sector gets benefitted
    with information resources.
    • ONLINE RESOURCE FACILITATION
    Access to variety of online resources
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
  • 9. RURAL BENEFICIARIES
    USER
    INFORMATION
    & DATA SOURCE
    ORGANIZATION
    • SERVICE PROVIDERS
    • 10. CONTENT DEVELOPERS
    • 11. TECHNOLOGY SUPPLIERS & DEVELOPERS
    WORKFLOW
    PARTNER CONTINUUM EXPERTS
    INTERFACES
    Fig 2: M-Learning implementation in rural sector
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
  • 12. PROCESS CONTENTS
    WAE
    WAP
    WAP Services
    WAP is a communication protocol that enables wireless mobile devices to have access to the internet. The main motive behind the development of WAP has been the issue of mobility. This technology has the ability to access information and services anywhere anytime regardless of the time and place.
    FEATURES
    • A Wireless Markup Language adhering to XML.
    • 13. A specification of a small browser suitable for a mobile, wireless terminal.
    • 14. A framework for wireless telephony application (WTAs).
    • 15. A programming model based on the WWW programming model.
    • 16. A lightweight communications protocol stack
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
  • 17. PROCESS CONTENTS
    WAP
    WAP Services
    WAE
    SERVICES
    from where user is
    • Within group of users, organizations, communities, institution and user, knowledge source continuum,
    • 18. Registration for service extensions, etc.
    SERVICE INCLUDES
    • Location Information of user.
    • 19. Query solution of remote user.
    • 20. Registration as client for enhanced service extensions.
    • 21. 24 x 7 days information kiosk.
    • 22. Online transaction facilitation.
    • 23. Education development for remote groups with online classroom and training facility.
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
  • 24. PROCESS CONTENTS
    WAP
    WAP Services
    WAE
    Wireless Application Environment
    WAE
    WAP ENCODED REQUEST
    http:// www. … REQUEST
    WAE
    USER
    CLIENT
    ENCODER & DECODER
    ORIGIN SERVER
    J2EE , CGI ,
    application
    WAP GATEWAY
    http:// www. … RESPONSE
    WAP DECODED RESPONSE
    Fig 3: WAE application environment block diagram
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
  • 25. MOBILE LEARNING TECH. IN RUBBER CULTIVATION SECTOR
    Simulation tools
    Architecture
    Objective
    Implementation
    Screenshots
    To develop a system to access knowledge based information from RRII ( Rubber research Institute of India ) by growers, dealers & extension officers engaged in the section of rubber cultivation through user end mobile phone.
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
  • 26. MOBILE LEARNING TECH. IN RUBBER CULTIVATION SECTOR
    Architecture
    Objective
    Simulation tools
    Implementation
    Screenshots
    POFILE MODULE of
    Internet & WAP services
    Content
    database
    ISP Server
    WML
    decks
    Metadata
    CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
    USER REPOSITORY
    RUBBER CULTIVATION SERVER OF RRII
    Extension Officers interface
    Growers Interface
    Dealers Interface
    Facilitated with WEB & WAP system
    User accessible device
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
  • 29. MOBILE LEARNING TECH. IN RUBBER CULTIVATION SECTOR
    Simulation tools
    Objective
    Architecture
    Implementation
    Screenshots
    Simulation Tools for Developing the Application :
    • Nokia Mobile Internet Toolkit V4.1
    • 30. Nokia WAP Gateway Service V4.0
    • 31. Nokia Mobile Browser V4.0
    • 32. JRE 1.4.1_02
    • 33. My SQL 5.1
    • 34. Apache Tomcat Server 6.0
    • 35. JSP or ASP. Net
    • 36. WML / XHTML script language.
    Fig 4: Simulated WAP page in NMIT
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
  • 37. MOBILE LEARNING TECH. IN RUBBER CULTIVATION SECTOR
    Objective
    Simulation tools
    Architecture
    Implementation
    Screenshots
    Dissemination architecture simulated using Nokia Internet Toolkit v4.1.
    Online banking helps in transaction between dealers and planters.
    After manufacturing rubbers, planters communicate with dealers for selling purposes.
    After marketing of rubbers dealers accomplish the monetary transaction through online banking.
    In case of any problem regarding rubber cultivation planters can directly communicate in real time to the extension officers.
    This toolkit accesses the web server, which is the combination of Apache Tomcat and ASP.NET.
    Mobile controls easily target cell phones, PDAs and over 80 mobile Web devices.
    Application written just once, and the mobile controls automatically generate WAP/WML, HTML, or iMode as required by the requesting device. 
     
     
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
  • 38. MOBILE LEARNING TECH. IN RUBBER CULTIVATION SECTOR
    Objective
    Simulation tools
    Architecture
    Implementation
    Screenshots
    Some of the simulated WAP pages for Mobile-WAP users
    Fig 5: RRII management system page
    Fig 6: RRII client registration form
    Fig 7: RRII client login page
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
  • 39. SIMULATED RESULTS AND DATABASE
    Coding
    Database
    Fig 8: Format showing the coding section interface in Nokia Mobile Internet Toolkit V4.1 for
    the development and creation of WAP page in XHTML/WML format.
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
  • 40. SIMULATED RESULTS AND DATABASE
    Database
    Coding
    Factors relating the use of database storage engine
    • CONCURRENCY
    some applications have more granular lock requirements (such as row-level locks) than others. Choosing the right locking strategy can reduce overhead and therefore help with overall performance. This area also includes support for capabilities like multi-version concurrency control.
    • TRANSACTION SUPPORT
    Not every application needs transactions, but for those that do, there are very well defined requirements like ACID compliance and more.
    • PERFORMANCE AIDS
    Includes things like multiple I/O threads for parallel operations, thread concurrency, database check pointing, bulk insert handling, and more..
    DATABASE STORAGE ENGINE
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
  • 41. SIMULATED RESULTS AND DATABASE
    Database
    Coding
    • PHYSICAL STORAGE
    This involves everything from the overall page size for tables and indexes as well as the format used for storing data to physical disk.
    • MEMORY CACHES
    Different applications respond better to some memory caching strategies than others, so while some memory caches are common to all storage engines (like those used for user connections, MySQL's high-speed Query Cache, etc.), others are uniquely defined only when a particular storage engine is put in play
    • REFERENTIAL INTEGRITY
    The need to have the server enforce relational database referential integrity through DDL defined foreign keys.
    DATABASE STORAGE ENGINE
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
  • 42. FUTURE SCOPE
    • Location aware of fields , grower and near extension centres.
    • 43. Point-and-shoot learning with camera phones and 2D codes .
    • 44. Near Field Communications (NFC) for secure online transactions.
    • 45. Sensors and accelerometers in mobile devices in behavioural based information.
    • 46. Mobile content creation (including user generated content).
    • 47. Videos and Voice communication facility for learning in mobile devices.
    • 48. Context-aware ubiquitous learning.
    • 49. Augmented reality on mobile devices
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
  • 50. THANK YOU
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINERING
    TRIPURA UNIVERSITY
    (A CENTAL UNIVERSITY)
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | M.TECH | TRIPURA UNIVERSITY