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Answer: A: Explain Interconnect scaling
... - As technology is advancing majorly due to device miniaturization, the wire interconnects starts playing a vital role in determining the performance of the system. - As the device dimensions are scaled down, so are the dimension of wires scaling down. - The minimum width of the wire is scaled by fa ...
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Page: Overview of Fundamentals of Embedded Systems.
... ![][1] **1.1 Embedded Systems Basics** A system that has embedded software and computer hardware, which makes it a system dedicated for a particular application or task, is called an embedded system. Specifications of the chapter – - Generalized block diagram of embedded system - Different type ...
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Answer: A: Case study of an embedded system for smart card.
... ####**1. Smart card system requirements.** **i) Purpose:** - Enabling authentication and verification of card and card holder by a host. - Enabling GUI at host machine to interact with the card holder/user for the required transactions, for example, financial transactions with a bank or credit c ...
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Case study of an embedded system for smart card.
... **Subject** : Embedded Systems Design **Topic** : Embedded System Designing **Difficulty level** : High ...
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Answer: A: In a real time system, four tasks are computing for processor time having follow
... Total execution time = 4 + 3 + 4 + 2 = 13. Total execution time is less than farthest deadline. Therefore, the tasks are **schedulable and they can meet the deadline.** Explanation: ####**1. EDF:** ![][1] - Task T1 starts execution first as it's start time is 0 and continues its execution til ...
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In a real time system, four tasks are computing for processor time having following properties. Determine if tasks can meet the deadline. Graphically illustrate EDF and LSTF scheduling scheme.
... | Task | T1 | T2 | T3 | T4 | |:--------------:|:--:|:--:|:--:|:--:| | Priority | 4 | 3 | 2 | 1 | | Execution time | 4 | 3 | 4 | 2 | | Start time | 0 | 3 | 5 | 8 | | Deadline | 9 | 8 | 14 | 16 | **Subject** : Embedded Systems Design **Topic** :Embedded Software, Firmware Concepts and Design **Dif ...
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Answer: A: Calculate i) Waiting time ii) Turnaround time for Shortest Job First (SJF) and E
... ####**i) SJF-** Graphical representation based on SJF (Shortest Job First). ![][1] Total execution time = 6 + 16 + 18 = 40 sec Total execution time is less than farthest deadline. Therefore tasks are **schedulable.** Waiting time is calculated as follows - T1 = 0 sec T2 = 6 sec T3 = 6 + 16 ...
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Calculate i) Waiting time ii) Turnaround time for Shortest Job First (SJF) and Earliest Deadline First (EDF). Comment on the result. All tasks entered ready queue at same time.
... | Task | Execution time | Deadline | |:----:|:--------------:|:--------:| | T1 | 06 | 39 | | T2 | 16 | 30 | | T3 | 18 | 45 | **Subject** : Embedded Systems Design **Topic** : Embedded Software, Firmware Concepts and Design **Difficulty level** : High ...
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Answer: A: Write a note on Program models. i) DFG; ii) FSM; iii) Petri-net; i) UML.
... ####**i) Data Flow Graph (DFG):** - The Data Flow Graph (DFG) model translates the data processing requirements into a data flow graph. - The Data Flow Graph (DFG) is a data driven model in which the program execution is determined by data. This model emphasizes on the data and operations on the d ...
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Write a note on Program models. i) DFG; ii) FSM; iii) Petri-net; i) UML.
... **Subject** : Embedded Systems Design **Topic** : Fundamentals of Embedded System **Difficulty level** : High ...
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