As real-time and integrated systems become increasingly sophisticated, issues related to development life cycles, non-recurring engineering costs, and poor synergy between development teams will arise.
The Handbook of Research on Embedded Systems Design provides insights from the computer science community on integrated systems research projects taking place in the European region. This premier references work takes a look at the diverse range of design principles covered by these projects, from specification at high abstraction levels using standards such as UML and related profiles to intermediate design phases. This work will be invaluable to designers of embedded software, academicians, students, practitioners, professionals, and researchers working in the computer science industry.
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Computer scientists and electrical engineers offer a broad reference to the design of embedded computer systems as it is practiced in both academic and commercial contexts. Writing for system designers and developers and students, they discuss such topics as designing resource-constrained embedded heterogeneous systems to cope with variability, vulnerabilities of secure and reliable low-power embedded systems and their analysis method, a model-driven engineering method for analyzing and predicting the performance of distributed real-time embedded defense systems, studying individualized transit indicators using a new low-cost information system, and framework-based debugging for embedded systems.
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