Computer Science 4163/5163:
Embedded Systems (Spring 2010)

Embedded systems is the study of integrating computational systems with sensing and actuation. Today, devices including microwave ovens, VCRs, high-speed trains, automobiles, cochlear implants, and artificial limbs routinely employ a variety of embedded microcontrollers for process control. We will explore the concepts fundamental to these applications while designing and building our own embedded system.

NOTE: the class is currently full. If you wish to be placed on the waiting list, please send email to the instructor and plan on attending the first class.

By the end of the semester, you should be able to:

Topics will include: The project focus for this semester is robotic soccer. Robots will demonstrate fundamental skills for soccer and will compete in regular tournaments.

Prerequisites: Computer Organization (CS 2613 or equivalent), Operating Systems (CS 3113 or equivalent), Linear Algebra (Mathematics 3333 or equivalent)

Instructor: Andrew H. Fagg

Time: Tuesday/Thursday 1:30-2:45
Location: Felgar Hall 334



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Last modified: Fri May 14 08:42:28 2010