Computers as Components
Principles of Embedded Computing System DesignBy
- Marilyn Wolf
Students in an embedded systems design course as well as researchers and savvy professionals schooled in hardware or software design.
Paperback, 528 Pages
Published: May 2012
Imprint: Morgan Kaufmann
"Compared to other leading academic books on embedded systems, this book takes a more structural approach to the disciplineâ¦this book presents components in detail and then discusses how they can be integrated into a system, mainly through examples. This makes it suitable for students and practitioners without a strong background in computer architecture, as the book gently introduces the basics of the subject..."--Computing Reviews, February 21, 2013 "This update of the 2008 edition by Wayne Wolfe keeps pace with the growing prevalence of embedded processors, "systems-on-chips," in products ranging from automobiles and airplanes to alarm clocks and toys."-- Reference and Research Book News, December 2012