The Art of Hardware Architecture highlights the complex issues, tasks and skills involved with digital circuit design. Coverage focuses on real problems rather than theoretical concepts, with an emphasis on design techniques across various aspects of chip-design.
This book covers state-of-the art techniques for high-level modeling and validation of complex hardware/software systems, including those with multicore architectures. It helps reader avoid time-consuming and error-prone validation methodologies.
Following an introduction on system theory, this book shows the reader how to approach the system identification problem in a systematic fashion. It aims to teach students the fundamentals of systems identification without unduly complicated mathematics.
This self-contained reference on smart cameras covers their fifty-year history, their technical evolution, their state-of-the-art, and numerous applications such as surveillance and monitoring, robotics, and transportation.
This text covers most of the theoretical foundations and mathematical derivations that will be used in higher-level related subjects such as signal processing, communication and control, minimizing the mathematical difficulty and computational burden.
This comprehensive introduction to signal processing presents the basic mathematics in an accessible and lucid fashion, illustrating the theory with numerous applications and examples and featuring online resources including MATLAB coding for exemplars.
This book presents the latest approaches to formal verification techniques to seamlessly integrate different formal verification methods within a single logical foundation. It outlines theoretical and practical issues and includes a range of case studies.
This book examines issues related to the test, diagnosis and fault-tolerance of Network on Chip-based systems. It provides research on the challenges to test, diagnose and tolerate faults in NoC-based systems and includes numerous test strategies.
Aimed at those needing a primer on random signals and processes, this accessible introduction assumes minimal mathematical background and provides simple, clear explanations of key terms such as density, distribution, variance, correlation and ergodicity.
The primary objective is of this two-volume set is to explain the fundamentals, and to introduce the propagation phenomena and mechanisms engineers will encounter in designing and evaluating radio links and networks of a given type and operating frequency.