"Embedded System Design”, F. Vahid, John Wiley&Sons, 2002.
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Due to the recent advancements in technology, it is now possible to integrate several billion transistors on a single SoC. The trend to add more and more transistors to the SoC continues unabated and leads to multi-fold increase in the SoC's complexity and capabilities. Embedded devices powered by these SoCs would be increasingly ubiquitous and seamlessly integrated into the environment. Therefore they will no longer be perceived as separate computing devices. Such
State-of-the-art System-on-Chips (SoCs) integrate more than a billion transistors on a single chip. Embedded devices powered by these SoCs would be increasingly ubiquitous and seamlessly integrated into the environment. Therefore they will no longer be perceived as separate computing devices. Such examples can be found in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), Cyber Physical Systems (CPSs), electronic textiles and many more.
The student learns complex hardware-software co-design methods that can be applied to the design of embedded systems. The student assesses and selects specific hardware-software architecture most suitable for an embedded system given its function. Furthermore, the student receives an introduction to the relevant current research topics.
Design and architectures of embedded systems (ES2)
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50.34 Raum -102 50.34 INFORMATIK, Kollegiengebäude am Fasanengarten
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörg Henkel