Define Embedded System. What are the components of embedded system? An Embedded system is one that has computer hardware with software embedded in it as one of its most important component. The three main components of an embedded system are. Define system on chip SOC with an example Embedded systems are being designed on a single silicon chip called system on chip.

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To learn the architecture and programming of ARM processor 2. To be familiar with the embedded computing platform design and analysis 3. To be exposed to the basic concepts of real time operating system 4. To learn the system design techniques and networks for embedded systems. To have an overview of the embedded system design process, arm processor and CPU performance 1 Complex Systems and Micro processors 1 T1 a.

Embedded Computers b. Characteristics c. Challenges of Embedded computing System Design. The Embedded System Design Process a. Requirements b. Specifications c. Architecture Design d. Designing Hardware Software Components e. System Integration f. Formalisms for System Design g. Structural Description h.

Conceptual specification c. Detailed Specification d. Lessons learned. Processor and memory organization b. Data Operations c. Caches b. CPU performance a. Pipelining b. Superscalar Execution c. To study briefly about the components and devices associated with computers and its performance improvement. Bus Protocols , DMA b. System Bus configuration c. Memory device organization b.

Random Access Memories c. Component Interfacing a. Memory Interfacing b. Device Interfacing Designing with Microprocessor a. System Architecture b. Hardware Design c. The PC as a platform Development and debugging a. Development environments b. Debugging techniques c. Debugging challenges 2. Program Design a. Design Patterns b. Design patterns for embedded systems Models of Programs a. Assemblers, Linking Basic Compilation Techniques a. Statement translation b.

Procedures, Data Structures c. Procedure In lining a. Elements of Program Performance b. Trace Driven Performance Analysisis c. Optimization for execution speed Analysis and optimization of Power, Energy and Program size a.

Energy consumption and optimization Program validation and Testing a. Clear Box Testing b. Black box Testing c. Evaluation Function tests d. Performance Testing Total. To understand the basic concepts of operating systems 16 Multiple Tasks and Multiple Processes a.

Multi rate systems b. Cooperative Multitasking b. Pre-emptive Multitasking c. Processes and Object Oriented Design 17 Operating Systems a. Process state and scheduling b. Operating System Structure c. Timing Requirements on Processes d. Inter Process Communication Scheduling Policies a. RMS b. Signals, Signals in UML b. Shared memory communication c.

To study the basics of System design techniques and Distributed Embedded systems 21 a. Design methodologies 1 T1 b. Design flows Quality Assurance a.

Quality Assurance techniques b. Verifying the specification c. Design Reviews. Distributed embedded systems a. Network Abstractions b. CAN bus c. Distributed Computing in Cars and airplanes d. PC bus e. Ethernet f. Internet MPSoCs and shared memory multiprocessors. Hetereogenous shared memory multiprocessors b.

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