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Title: A verasatile tool for student projects: An ASM programming language for the LEGO mindstorm
Authors: Doom, Travis
Gilder, Jason
Peterson, Michael
Keywords: Hardware sub_subject: General Hardware sub_subject: Control Structures and Microprogramming Hardware sub_subject: Input/Output and Data Communications Hardware sub_subject: Register-Transfer-Level Implementation Computer Systems Organization sub_subject: Processor Architectures Computer Systems Organization sub_subject: Special-Purpose and Application-Based Systems Software sub_subject: Programming Techniques,ASM Charts, Lego Mindstorms, assembly programming, compiler design, senior project
Issue Date: 13-Jan-2003
Abstract: Finding new and exciting senior design proejcts can be challenging for faculty advisors. This challenge is even more pronounced when attempting to construct interdisciplinary design projects to better meet ABET 2000 criteria and to better prepare students for future careers as engineers. We present here an inter-disciplinary honors senior design project that incorporates robotics, algorithmic state machines, reverse-engineering, assembly programming, and language/compiler design. We believe that this two-quarter project was extremely sucessfuly and can be used as a model for similar design projects at other institutions.
URI: http://www.citidel.org/handle/10117/200
Other Identifiers: 294
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