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Title: Innovation of Visualized Interactive Tools for Learning Molecular Simulation Curriculum
Authors: Wen‐Tsai Sung
Hung‐Yuan Chung
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學電機工程學系
Keywords: bioengineer
experiment curriculum
minimum energy
protein folding
molecular visualization
Date: 2010-03
Issue Date: 2018-11-20T02:43:31Z
Publisher: Computer Applications in Engineering Education
Abstract: Abstract: The goal of molecular simulation stability is to predict the detailed structure
and physical properties of molecules in bioengineer’s experiment curriculum. This work
succeeds in citing minimum energy and some computer graphics technologies to support this
theme. Molecular structure is that given the uncountable number of possible conformations
for a protein, how we can determine the lowest energy structure. In this article the authors
employed the previous researches-WebDeGrator and some existing molecular graphics tools
to simulate various protein folding, ligand acceptor interaction, and molecular visualization.
For this reason, bioengineer experimental curriculum will be visualization and interactive
among learning members. Finally, Simpson’s Taxonomy and pre- and post-test examinations
are applied to System Evaluation, and molecular simulation and minimum energy will be
discussed.
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/51251
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