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Embedded Software by Bob Perrin, Kamal Hyder, Rick Gentile, David J. Katz, Jason Andrews, Keith E. Curtis, Colin Walls, Robert Oshana, Jack Ganssle, Jean J. Labrosse

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Chapter 6. Hardware/Software Co-Verification

Jason Andrews

Embedded System Design Process

The process of embedded system design generally starts with a set of requirements for what the product must do and ends with a working product that meets all of the requirements. Following is a list of the steps in the process and a short summary of what happens at each state of the design. The steps are shown in Figure 6.1.

Embedded System Design Process

Figure 6.1. Embedded System Design Process

Requirements

The requirements and product specification phase documents and defines the required features and functionality of the product. Marketing, sales, engineering, or any other individuals who ...

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