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Trends and Challenges in Embedded Systems – CoDeVer and HiBu Experiences

@inproceedings{Ra2003TrendsAC,
  title={Trends and Challenges in Embedded Systems – CoDeVer and HiBu Experiences},
  author={{\O}ystein Ra and T. Str{\o}m},
  year={2003}
}
Software programmable components interacting with dedicated hardware constitute embedded systems. Such systems are typically application specific systems containing software, hardware and communication channels tailored for a particular task. They are generally part of a larger system and are often candidates for (sub)system-on-a-chip realizations, SOCs; software offering features and flexibility and hardware offering performance. Apart from flexibility and performance, typical metrics include… Expand
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