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Debugging Embedded and Real-Time Systems. The Art, Science, Technology, and Tools of Real-Time System Debugging

  • ID: 4991062
  • Book
  • July 2020
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
Debugging Embedded and Real-Time Systems: The Art, Science, Technology and Tools of Real-Time System Debugging gives a unique introduction to debugging skills and strategies for embedded and real-time systems. Practically focused, it draws on application notes and white papers written by the companies who create design and debug tools.

Debugging Embedded and Real Time Systems presents best practice strategies for debugging real-time systems, through real-life case studies and coverage of specialized tools such as logic analysis, JTAG debuggers and performance analyzers. It follows the traditional design life cycle of an embedded system and points out where defects can be introduced and how to find them and prevent them in future designs. It also studies application performance monitoring, the execution trace recording of individual applications, and other tactics to debug and control individual running applications in the multitasking OS.

Suitable for the professional engineer and student, this book is a compendium of best practices based on the literature as well as the author's considerable experience as a tools' developer.

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1. What's the Problem?
2. A Systematic Approach to Debugging
3. Best practices for Debugging Software
4. Best practices for Debugging Hardware
5. In HW/SW Integration Phase
6. An Overview of the Tools for Embedded Design and Debug
7. Systems-on-Chip (FPGAs with embedded cores)
8. Using On-Chip Debug Resources
9. Testing Methods for Isolating Defects
10. Defects in Real-time systems
11. Debugging Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS)
12. Serial communications systems
13. Networked systems
14. Memory Systems
15. The Future
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Arnold S. Berger Associate Professor, University of Washington, Bothell, USA.

Arnold Berger has a Ph.D. in Material Science from Cornell University, with 20+ years of industrial experience, from hardware design engineer to Director of Research and Development (R&D) at several companies including Ford Motor Company, Hewlett-Packard, Advanced Micro Devices and Applied Microsystems. Dr. Berger has over 15 years' teaching experience and was the first Chair of the Division of Engineering and Mathematics in the School of STEM.

Dr. Berger has published over 60 papers, holds four patents and has authored two textbooks on computer architecture and embedded design. His research interests include designing tools for debugging embedded systems, enabling remote access of student lab experiments, and automatic plagiarism detection.
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