Proceedings of the E2LP 2014 Workshop

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Embedded System On Proceedings Of The E2LP 2014

Proceedings of the E2LP 2014 Workshop

Abstract

In this Embedded System On Proceedings Of The E2LP 2014 paper, the preliminary results of E2LP Base Board platform introduction to students of Faculty of EE and Computing – master programme enrolled in Laboratory of Computer Engineering 2 course are presented and discussed. The aim of Embedded System On Proceedings Of The E2LP 2014 introduction of new hardware unified platform was to improve practical skills and experience in embedded system design. The students embraced the new platform with enthusiasm and were eager to give the feedback in order to point out the strengths and weaknesses of this platform. The collected information will be a valuable asset for future improvement of the platform.

System Configuration

H/W System Configuration

Speed                   :    1.1 GHz
 
RAM                      :    256 MB(min)
 
Hard Disk              :    20 GB
 
Floppy Drive          :     1.44 MB
 
Key Board             :    Standard Windows Keyboard
 
Mouse                  :    Two or Three Button Mouse
 
Monitor                :    SVGA
 
S/W System Configuration

Platform                    :  MySql,Embedded system
 
Operating system       : Windows Xp,7,
 
Server                       : WAMP/Apache
 
Working on                : Browser Like Firefox, IE

 

Conclusion 

The results of pilot introduction of Embedded System On Proceedings Of The E2LP 2014  to course Laboratory of Computer Engineering 2 show that the students were able to cope with the given platform and a bit more advanced tasks than usual. The students were aware that they were learning something new and gaining valuable practical skills. They especially appreciated the feeling that they were doing something very close to the “real life” problems and thus willing to invest more effort.

The adoption of this new platform required additional effort from both students and teachers. While students were required to learn many embedded systems design concepts they haven’t encountered in their previous study, or have learned in theory but never put to practice, the teachers had to design new exercises to reconcile the students background knowledge, study programme and platform capabilities.