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Embedded Computer Systems and Applications
ELE 547 Embedded Computer Systems and Applications (4)
Principles of embedded computer system designs; CPU, memory, I/O, interfacing of embedded computers; modern hardware/software tools for embedded computing, and design of advanced systems including wired/wireless networking, image acquisition/processing, controls, medical equipment, or consumer electronics. (Lec. 3, Lab. 3)
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Number of Credits: 4.
Prerequisite: Knowledge in computer architecture, and good programming skill.
For those students who do not have basic computer engineering math background,
you are encouraged to prepare yourself by reviewing/learning the
basics of linear algebra, probability theory, computer programming, and logic designs.
Prof. Qing Yang, who initiated the course.
"Embedded Systems with ARM Cortex-M Microcontrollers
in Assembly Language and C" (Third Edition)
Tentative Course Plan for Fall 2018
- Class Location: Conference Room of Schneider Bldg
- Class Time: Friday, 10:00AM-12:30PM.
- Class schedule and syllabus for Fall 2018
There will be 4 lab experiments
accounted for 20% of final grade;
One midterm Exam accounted for
30% of final grade,
and one term project accounted for 30% of the total grade.
Proposal Presentation and Final Project presentation are accounted for
(For Project Guidelines click here)