CHAPTER 11

EMBEDDED OPERATING SYSTEMS

This chapter discusses the implementation of embedded operating systems (OS). Because embedded operating systems are designed for a specific purpose, historically embedded operating systems were simple, time constrained, and operated in limited memory. This distinction has changed over time as the sophistication of embedded hardware has increased. Features, traditionally found on desktop computers, such as virtual memory, ...

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