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Embedded systems design is becoming essential for engineering students of all majors, not just electrical engineering or computer science. However, using traditional techniques to teach the embedded design process - including the process to design, prototype and deploy an actual embedded system in a semester with traditional approaches presents substantial challenges to educators, especially teaching non-EE or CS majors. In this paper, we will explore an increasingly popular embedded design methodology that employs graphical design techniques to teach students the complete embedded systems design process in a semester and illustrate how graphical system design influences each of the three stages - design, prototype and deploy with real-world examples.
Parallel and Distributed Systems, 2007 International Conference on (Volume:2 )
Date of Conference: 5-7 Dec. 2007