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The Discipline of Embedded Systems Design

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2 Author(s)
Henzinger, T.A. ; EPFL, Lausanne ; Sifakis, J.

The wall between computer science and electrical engineering has kept the potential of embedded systems at bay. It is time to build a new scientific foundation with embedded systems design as the cornerstone, which will ensure a systematic and even-handed integration of the two fields. The embedded systems design problem certainly raises technology questions, but more important, it requires building a new scientific foundation that will systematically and even-handedly integrate computation and physicality from the bottom up. Support for this foundation will require enriching computer science paradigms to encompass models and methods traditionally found in electrical engineering.

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Computer  (Volume:40 ,  Issue: 10 )