Embedded Systems

Each day, computer technologies are becoming more and more integrated with our lives. Most of us cannot imagine being without a cell phone or an MP3 player. No one is surprised to see an automated teller machine (ATM) on the street or at a subway station. People’s homes often contain cable and satellite receivers. A growing number of amateur photographers prefer digital cameras. What do all these devices have in common? The answer is quite simple—they all have a microprocessor. Often times, these microprocessors are very powerful. Not long ago, most computer users would have dreamed about having the processing capabilities available to us now. Yet, in order to utilize a modern processor and to make sure it performs its assigned ...

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