Developing and Teaching an Integrated Series of Courses in Embedded Computer Systems

@article{Bezdek2006DevelopingAT,
  title={Developing and Teaching an Integrated Series of Courses in Embedded Computer Systems},
  author={Mikel Bezdek and Daniel S. Helvick and Ramon Mercado and D. Rover and Alok Tyagi and Zhao Zhang},
  journal={Proceedings. Frontiers in Education. 36th Annual Conference},
  year={2006},
  pages={19-24}
}
With embedded computer systems being a core topic in computer engineering, there are typically one or more courses in a program that provide varying coverage. Many universities offer introductory courses that focus on microcontroller-based systems and embedded programming. Advanced courses often do not have a common focus and are not available until the graduate level, leaving a gap in training undergraduates. At Iowa State University, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering… CONTINUE READING

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