How do real-time systems differ from normal information systems? Which languages are best for implementing different real-time systems?
The fourth edition of this best-selling text on real-time systems answers these and other questions. It provides an in-depth analysis of the requirements for designing and implementing real-time embedded systems, and discusses how these requirements are met by current languages and operating systems. The languages are not only described, but also critically evaluated. No other book on real-time (or concurrent) programming languages covers the same breadth of material.
This is the third edition of the classic textbook on the subject. With its clear writing, strong organization, and comprehensive coverage of essential theory it is like a personal guide through this important topic, and now has lots of extra material.
Provides solutions to all exercises in Kernighan & Ritchie's new ANSI C book. Ideal for use with K&R in any course on C. Careful study of this answer book will help understand ANSI C and enhance programming skills. Tondo & Gimpel describe each solution and completely format programs to show the logical flow.
In recent years, technological advances have resulted in the rapid development of
a new exciting research direction – the interdisciplinary use of sensors for data
collection, systems analysis, and monitoring. Application areas include military
surveillance, environmental screening, computational neuroscience,...
C for the Microprocessor Engineer is designed to introduce the reader to the use, problems and advantages of using C as the programming medium for embedded microprocessor systems. It can be used as a general stand-alone text in microprocessor technology, since only a limited background is expected in microprocessor hardware and...