Incorporating System-Level Concepts into Undergraduate Embedded Systems Curricula


As more and more embedded systems concepts are integrated into academic curricula, the incorporation of system-level concepts must keep pace with lower-level topics. However, there are several challenges faced by educators trying to integrate system-level concepts into embedded systems curricula. Four such challenges include: the breadth of the embedded systems field limits opportunities for system-level content; lack of adequate laboratory platforms addressing system-level alternatives; limited student exposure to diverse software tools; and assessment associated with system-level activities. Each of the challenges is described in detail and suggestions for overcoming them are offered

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