A required course in the Certificate Program in Embedded Systems Engineering.
Increase your understanding of the limitations and risks associated with embedded systems, and the methods and tools used to implement a successful design. Learn about the software process, with an emphasis given to the requirements definition, design and implementation phases, and limitations imposed by hardware design and real-time issues. Additional topics include: software architecture issues, development and debugging tools, advantages of languages commonly used in embedded systems and verification methods. Hands-on coursework is facilitated through the use of an embedded system development kit.
Prerequisite: EECS 805, C Programming for Embedded Systems and EECS X497.32, Fundamentals of Embedded Systems Design and Programming, or equivalent experience.
NOTE: Students are required to purchase Texas Instruments - LAUNCHXL-F28069M - InstaSPIN-MOTION (and InstaSPIN-FOC) enabled C2000 Piccolo LaunchPad
Louis L. Zhu, MSEE, MBA, PMP, is a Technical Team Leader at Parker Hannifin Corporation in Irvine. He has 30 years of experience in embedded system design for aerospace and industrial applications. His research interests are motor control algorithms,
communication protocols, object oriented embedded programming, and .NET technologies. He has teaching experiences in both universities and corporations. He has a passion for teaching and a thorough understanding of embedded systems theory and solid hands-on experiences.
Textbooks for your course may be purchased from any vendor or bookseller of your choice.
EMBEDDED SOFTWARE PRIMER
Book - ISBN: 9780201615692
SIMON, 1 ed, ADDISON-WESLEY PUB CO, INC
EMBEDDED SYSTEMS DESIGN
Book - ISBN: 9781578200733
BERGER, 1 ed, CMP BOOKS
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