Many types of embedded software are driven by performance. Increasing performance of the software can lead to savings by requiring less CPU horsepower to run the application, thus enabling more functionality to be added, or by allowing the application to be possible at all. In the following article, the author will show three techniques that have been valuable in measuring and increasing embedded software performance learned through firsthand embedded experience.
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