Embedded Systems Handbook, edited by Richard Zurawski, is the first handbook on embedded systems. It explores basic and advanced topics, discusses new solutions and technologies arising from the most recent research efforts, and helps you stay current in this ever-changing field. The book's 46 contributors hail from worldwide industrial and academic institutions. This handbook presents tutorials, surveys, and technological overviews.
The Embedded Systems Handbook is ideal for both novices and seasoned engineers who want to enhance and expand their embedded systems knowledge and capabilities.
650 pages, hardcover
- A broad introduction to embedded systems
- System- and network-on-chip (SoC/NoC) design
- Testing of embedded core-based integrated circuits
- Networked embedded systems
- Sensor networks
- Automotive, industrial automation, and intelligent sensor applications