Part of the McGraw-Hill Core Concepts Series, Embedded Systems: Architecture, Programming, and Design, describes an embedded system as one with embedded hardware and software and describes the fundamentals of the architecture, design, and applications for these systems. The authors provide thorough explanations of embedded system programming concepts, OS, RTOS functions, and inter-process synchronization. Case studies in consumer electronics, communications, automobile electronics, and secure transaction systems-on-chip help readers understand how embedded systems are used in everyday life. Other pedagogical components include extensive illustrations, solved examples, defined keywords, review questions, and numerous exercises.
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