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Explains how to streamline an embedded code project through the use of UML (unified modeling language) statecharts as a framework for creating and maintaining efficient and maintainable systems, describing the new features and functions of the open-source software framework, while discussing statecharts, design applications, and how to code directly into C/C++. Original. (Advanced)
David E. Simon
Simon introduces the broad range of applications for embedded software and then reviews each major issue facing developers, offering practical solutions, techniques, and good habits that apply no matter which processor, real-time operating systems, methodology, or application is used.
Jack G. Ganssle, Michael Barr
Embedded Systems development is a field in which software development converges with the discipline of electrical engineering - each bringing their own terminology to form a unique language rife with its own acronyms and jargon. There is a need for an authoritative source that will serve the practicing professionals as well as the less technical workers, including sales and administrative.
Anthony J. Massa
How to build low-cost, royalty-free embedded solutions with eCos, covers eCos architecture, installation, configuration, coding, debugging, bootstrapping, porting, and more, includes open source tools on CD-ROM for a complete embedded software development environment with eCos as the core.
In The Embedded Internet Sergio Scaglia examines the techniques that programmers will need to learn to obtain internet connectivity for their embedded systems. Sometimes this will be relatively straight-forward, using TCP/IP stack implementations which already exist. Sometimes, this will be much more difficult, requiring whole new implementations to be developed. Either way, The Embedded Internet will be the ideal starting place for programmers to learn and develop these skills. The book is structured in three parts. The first part comprehensively covers TCP/IP. This gives the reader the necessary background knowledge of the internet that they will need when considering embedded systems connectivity. The second part details how to implement embedded internet systems. The third and final part gives a conceptual overview of just a handful of the countless ways in which internet connectivity can benefit an embedded system.