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Srivaths Ravi27
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Anand Raghunathan53
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Paul C. Kocher35
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Many modern electronic systems---including personal computers, PDAs, cell phones, network routers, smart cards, and networked sensors to name a few---need to access, store, manipulate, or communicate sensitive information, making security a serious concern in their design. Embedded systems, which account for a wide range of products from the electronics, semiconductor, telecommunications, and networking industries, face some of the most demanding security concerns---on the o...
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Aleksander Malinowski10
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Hao Yu11
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This paper presents a survey on embedded systems design and applications. Several platforms for embedded systems, including microcontrollers, microprocessors, field-programmable gate arrays, digital signal processors, and application-specific integrated circuits are discussed and compared. A survey of embedded system-based industrial applications is presented. Examples of real-life design decisions specific to development of such systems are also ...
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Vijay Raghunathan24
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Aman Kansal42
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Jason C. Hsu21
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Sustainable operation of battery powered wireless embedded systems (such as sensor nodes) is a key challenge, and considerable research effort has been devoted to energy optimization of such systems. Environmental energy harvesting, in particular solar based, has emerged as a viable technique to supplement battery supplies. However, designing an efficient solar harvesting system to realize the potential benefits of energy harvesting requires an in-depth understanding ...
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Wayne H. Wolf50
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This paper surveys the design of embedded computer systems, which use software running on programmable computers to implement system functions. Creating an embedded computer system which meets its performance, cost, and design time goals is a hardware-software co-design problem-the design of the hardware and software components influence each other. This paper emphasizes a historical approach to show the relationships between well-understood design problems and...
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Raul Camposano21
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Jörg Wilberg7
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In the past decade the main engine of electronic design automation has been the widespread application of ASICs (Application Specific Integrated Circuits). Present technology supports complete systems on a chip, most often used as so-called embedded systems in an increasing number of applications. Embedded systems pose new design challenges which we believe will be the driving forces of design automation in the years to come. These include the design of electro...
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Andy D. Pimentel22
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L.O. Hertzbetger1
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Paul Lieverse7
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Because embedded systems mostly target mass production and often run on batteries, they should be cheap to realize and power efficient. In addition, they require a high degree of programmability to provide real-time performance for multiple applications and standards. However, performance requirements as well as cost and power-consumption constraints demand that substantial parts of these systems be implemented in dedicated hardware blocks. As a result, their heterogeneous <...
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Philip Koopman30
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From cars to cell phones, video equipment to MP3 players, and dishwashers to home thermostats - embedded computers increasingly permeate our lives. But security for these systems is an open question and could prove a more difficult long-term problem than security does today for desktop and enterprise computing. Security issues are nothing new for embedded systems. However, as more embedded systems are connected to the Internet, the potential damages from...
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Qing Li1
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Caroline Yao1
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'... a very good balance between the theory and practice of real-time embedded system designs.' Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino, Ph.D., Research Laboratory, Internet Initiative Japan Inc., IETF IPv6 Operations Working Group (v6ops) co-chair 'A cl
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Philip Axer8
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Rolf Ernst36
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Heiko Falk17
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A large class of embedded systems is distinguished from general-purpose computing systems by the need to satisfy strict requirements on timing, often under constraints on available resources. Predictable system design is concerned with the challenge of building systems for which timing requirements can be guaranteed a priori . Perhaps paradoxically, this problem has become more difficult by the introduction of performance-enhancing architectural elements, such ...
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Philip Garcia6
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Katherine Compton20
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Michael J. Schulte28
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Over the past few years, the realm of embedded systems has expanded to include a wide variety of products, ranging from digital cameras, to sensor networks, to medical imaging systems. Consequently, engineers strive to create ever smaller and faster products, many of which have stringent power requirements. Coupled with increasing pressure to decrease costs and time-to-market, the design constraints of embedded systems pose a serious challenge to embedded
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