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Embedded System Program Design
(Points will be deducted for late submissions by 90% each day!)
- Proposal: November 13, 2007 in Room EA-204
- Presentation and Written Report: January 8, 2008 in Room EA-204
- Demonstration: latest by 17:00, January 8, 2008. Contact TA.
- Proposal: A single page containing the following:
- Title (The Embedded Software that you are targetting at)
- Group Members (at least 3 members, include names, reg number, etc.)
- Abstract (at most 200 words describing briefly your target system)
- Workload Distribution (who did what!)
- Written Report:
- At least 10 pages of written report
- Cover page: title, members, workload distribution, etc.
- Contents: Abstract, Introduction or Motivation, Target System,
Embedded Software Architecture, Code Structure,
Implementation Details, Results, Conclusion, Future Work
- Print it out and submit BEFORE your scheduled presentation
(I want to browse the report while you are presenting!)
- Time Slot: 10 minutes maximum
- Slides: around 10
- Style: Any
- Focus on what you did and not on the details of your system
- Focus on what you learnt through the project and not on the
facts of the project
- Focus more on the embedded software part of the system
- Tell me what interrupts you used
- Tell me your system architecture
- Presentation schedule will be announced!
- HW-SW Codesign
- Embedded software in FPGA systems
- Embedded software in HW IPs
- HW-SW interface development (drivers)
- GUI development with Embedded QT / Linux
- Embedded software code generation
- Sensor network application
- Pervasive computing applications (食衣住行)
- Dispatch/Navigation system (GPS, GIS, GPRS)
- Physiological monitor (sensors, recorders, GPRS)
- Medical systems (sensors, controllers, GPRS)
- Home appliances (intelligence, sensors, networked)
- Embedded software scheduling
- Embedded software verification
- Embedded software modeling and design paradigms
- All slides and notes downloadable from this page are to be used only for
this course, by the students taking this course, and by the professor.
Any other use of any sort requires explicit permission from the slide author.
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Last Updated: November 4, 2007.