High-Performance Embedded Computing
Architectures, Applications, and MethodologiesBy
- Wayne Wolf
Sr. undergraduates and graduate students in CS, CE, and EE advanced embedded computing courses; computing professionals in hardware design or software development who are seeking an integrated knowledge of both in order to design embedded systems.
Paperback, 544 Pages
Published: September 2006
Imprint: Morgan Kaufmann
âThis book has much to contribute. More and more embedded devices are becoming available, with people walking around with cell phones, PDAs, MP3 players. The design and constraints of these devices is quite different from a generic computing system such as a laptop or desktop PC. This book provides an abundance of information on these basic design topics while also covering newer areas of research such as sensor networks and multiprocessors.â â Mitch Theys, University of Illinois, Chicago âDevelopers getting into embedded design will find this book invaluable. Experienced developers wanting to check out the latest tech methodologies will find the book useful as well. Keeping abreast of this information is not an easy task, so it helps to have the insight Wolf provides.â â William Wong, Electronic Design Online, November 1, 2006