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CE-682  Computer Embedded Systems    4 Credits

Prerequisites: None
The most important topics in embedded systems operating in a network environment are addressed in this course. Topics include: typical applications of distributed embedded systems, control systems, real-time embedded software, microcontrollers, sensors, actuators, rapid prototyping, network-based software, and dependability concepts. A complete commercial hardware and software development environment that supports rapid prototyping and debugging is used in laboratory assignments and a term project to develop a complete distributed embedded application. Students will be required to complete projects or independent review of research topics with approval of the instructor.
Lecture: 3, Lab 2, Other 0