Embedded Information Systems

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A munkatárs fényképe
professor
Szoba: IE436
Tel.:
+36 1 463-4113
Email: peceli (*) mit * bme * hu

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A munkatárs fényképe
professor
Szoba: IE436
Tel.:
+36 1 463-4113
Email: peceli (*) mit * bme * hu

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Introduction

Embedded systems can be characterized as computer-based systems performing intensive information exchange with their physical, biological, chemical environment.

This subject on one hand presents the information technology related aspects of these systems, while on the other improves knowledge and capabilities of the students to be able to create such systems via exploring the details of practical applications. Further objective is the introduction of design principles related to real-time autonomous and depandable systems.

The students completing this course will be familiar with the properties of embedded systems, and will make acquaintance with the basic methods of real-time program execution and task synchronization, with the basics of communication in distributed systems, and some of their dependability issues.

This set of knowledge and capabilities enable creative contribution to problems related to the integration of computers and their networks with physical systems, typical in ubiquitous computing, in internet of things, cyber-physical systems or ambient assisted living technologies.

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