Work in progress - multi-disciplinary real-time and systems laboratory and course sequence

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Title: Work in progress - multi-disciplinary real-time and systems laboratory and course sequence
Author: Vallino, James; Czernikowski, Roy
Abstract: Small electronic products for the mass market are increasingly incorporating programmable components. The software in these devices has constraints that are markedly different from software designed for a general-purpose computer. Most computing curricula deal almost exclusively with developing software for that general-purpose class. Real-time and embedded systems have increased in complexity; they no longer lie within a single discipline. Developers now must be cognizant of software engineering design methodologies and underlying hardware constraints. RIT is addressing this by developing a three-course sequence of cross-disciplinary real-time and embedded systems courses. We are teaching these courses in a studio-lab environment teaming computer engineering and software engineering students. The courses introduce students to programming both microcontrollers and more sophisticated targets, use of a commercial real-time operating system and development environment, modeling and performance engineering of these systems, and their interactions with physical systems.
Description: Proceedings of the 2004 ASEE/IEEE frontiers in education conference. Please see www.IEEE.org for more information.
Record URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1850/7892
Date: 2004

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