Computers as Components: Principles of Embedded Computing by Marilyn Wolf

By Marilyn Wolf

Computers as elements: ideas of Embedded Computing process layout, 3e, provides crucial wisdom on embedded structures expertise and strategies. up-to-date for today's embedded platforms layout tools, this version gains new examples together with electronic sign processing, multimedia, and cyber-physical platforms. writer Marilyn Wolf covers the most recent processors from Texas tools, ARM, and Microchip expertise plus software program, working platforms, networks, shopper units, and extra.

Like the former variants, this textbook:
> makes use of genuine processors to illustrate either expertise and techniques
> exhibits readers easy methods to follow ideas to genuine layout practice
> Stresses precious basics that may be utilized to evolving applied sciences and is helping readers achieve facility to layout huge, complicated embedded systems

Updates during this version include:
> Description of cyber-physical platforms: actual structures with built-in computation to provide new capabilities
> Exploration of the PIC and TI OMAP multiprocessors
> High-level representations of structures utilizing sign stream graphs
> more desirable fabric on interprocess communique and buffering in working systems
> layout examples comprise an audio participant, digicam, cellphone, and more

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