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Recently in academia, a push has emerged to include engineering design early in a students course sequence. The desired result is to captivate the students interest in engineering before the student has had a chance to...
The embedded industry is one of the least studied high-tech arenas on the planet, despite the vast number of products we produce that change people's lives. Embedded.com conducts surveys from time to time, as does VDC...
Efforts related to development of innovative, mixed-signal system design, teaching materials and methodology are presented that focus on the co-design of performance-optimized modules for signal sensing, control,...
It is useful to understand how a high-level language program is translated into instructions. First, since implementing an embedded computing system often requires controlling the instruction sequences used to handle...
Embedded systems are dedicated computers designed to perform a specific task. They are usually fairly simple devices that are used in areas where powerful, customizable computers are unnecessary; however, they can also...
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