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Title: Over 97% of the processors fabricated (and 50% of the revenues from processor sales) go into embedded systems. Embedded devices range from relatively simple products such as thermostats and toasters to complex, mission-critical applications such as avioni
Authors: Department of Computer Science and Engineering
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Publisher: Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Citation: http://www.cse.psu.edu/~vijay/esd/syllabus.html
Abstract: About the course Course Overview Tentative Grading Scheme Course Outline Course Overview Top: Syllabus Course Overview Over 97% of the processors fabricated (and 50% of the revenues from processor sales) go into embedded systems. Embedded devices range from relatively simple products such as thermostats and toasters to complex, mission-critical applications such as avionics systems. In between are phobnes, facsimile machines, ATM switches, digital cameras, automotive applications, set-top boxes, ... Most embedded systems must meet a set of requirements - a constrained power budget, guaranteed real-time response, restricted code space due to a small memory size, code intended for a specific application and not intended to be reprogrammed by the end user, fault tolerant operation - that distinguish them from general purpose systems. This course will cover issues in the design of embedded systems illustrated with case studies from industry ( embedded processor designs such as ARM, ColdFire and POwerPC and embedded software tools such as those from Microsoft (WINCE), Wind River and Green Hills). Next: Tentative Grading/Schedule Top: Syllabus Previous: Course Overview Tentative Grading Scheme Next: Course Outline Top: Syllabus Tentative Grading/Schedule Project and Class Participation 100% Course Outline Top: Syllabus Previous: Tentative Grading/Schedule Course Outline # Weeks 1-3: Embedded Processor Architectures (Irwin and Narayanan) # Weeks 4-6: Compiler and Software Issues (Kandemir) # Weeks 7-9: Middleware (RTOS's) (Sivasubramaniam) # Weeks 10-12: Wireless Protocols (Cao) # Weeks 13-15: Fault Tolerance Issues (Das) Material will be covered from recent papers and some reference books.
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