Embedded Systems Series
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An embedded system is a very small computer that gets buried in a larger system.
The term embedded systems is not in many job descriptions today, but embedded systems will strongly influence the architecture of most of tomorrow's software development.
Embedded systems have a few common traits
Analysts who write specifications for embedded systems very often use state machines to specify system behaviour
Arthur Kevin McGrath
October 25, 2006
The author is an engineer with the consulting firm, Contract Engineers. He has consulted and lectured extensively since 1987 about the infrastructure that makes electronic commerce possible
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