Applying Systems Engineering Principals To Embedded Systems

During embedded systems development, decisions must be made regarding which portions of the system will be implemented in software, hardware, firmware etc. Systems Engineering principals, which mandate a holistic view, can aid this process. By making use of the UML and its extension mechanisms, essential aspects of Systems Engineering issues such as concurrency, hardware architecture, and non-functional requirements can be applied to embedded systems. In this article, we'll show you a method of analysing and designing a system into logical units so that the allocation process can be successfully completed.

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