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Politecnico di Torino
The course is mandatory for the BSc-level programme in Electrical Engineering and will be offered in the second period of the third year. It is focused on the basics of Digital Electronics, considering and studying the different aspects of digital design. A lot of methodologies related to basic digital circuits up to complex processing systems will be shown and used. The knowledges and the abilities developed in this module will constitue the solid bases of the following corses where digital systems will be considered in more details.
Politecnico di Torino
The course is mandatory for the BSc-level programme in Electrical Engineering and will be offered in the second period of the third year. It is focused on the basics of Digital Electronics, considering and studying the different aspects of digital design. A lot of methodologies related to basic digital circuits up to complex processing systems will be shown and used. The knowledges and the abilities developed in this module will constitue the solid bases of the following corses where digital systems will be considered in more details.
TU Delft
This course provides an overview of the architecture and organization of a computer hardware system and the important principles of computer organization. In addition, the course addresses also object-oriented programming techniques. The course demonstrates the interrelation between hardware and software, and illustrates how the computers operates and how they can be programmed, with the emphasis on processor design and implementation. Topics discussed are Computer system overview, Measuring and comparing performance, ISA: instruction set architecture (MIPS, x86, 8051, JVM), Computer arithmetic, processor implementation, fast processor implementation, Memory hierarchy and caching, Interfacing, Modern architectures and organizations (superscalar, VLIW/IA64/Itanium), etc.
Peeter Ellervee
The course introduces basics of embedded systems and their development methods: - Principles of embedded systems, differences from traditional computer systems; - Architectures and platforms of embedded systems. Generic and application specific architectures; - Embedded software, differences from application software; - Energy and power consumption, dependability and fault tolerance of embedded systems; - Notion of time in real-time embedded systems, scheduling of computation processes and planning of resources; - Development tools for microcontroller systems (on base of ARM Cortex M).
Tallinn University of Technology
The course introduces basics of embedded systems and their development methods: - Principles of embedded systems, differences from traditional computer systems; - Architectures and platforms of embedded systems. Generic and application specific architectures; - Embedded software, differences from application software; - Energy and power consumption, dependability and fault tolerance of embedded systems; - Notion of time in real-time embedded systems, scheduling of computation processes and planning of resources; - Development tools for microcontroller systems (on base of ARM Cortex M).
Tallinn University of Technology
Computer architecture. Computer architecture and technology. Computer performance and its estimation. Neumann and Harvard architectures. ISA. Flynn`s taxonomy. Principles of the information parallel processing. RISC, SISD, SIMD, MISD, MIMD, vector, dataflow, datascalar and multiscalar architectures.
tallinn demo2
Nonlinear systems, Principes of nonlinear systems identification and control; Adaptive control systems; Artificial neural networks. Structures of artificial neural networks and training algorithms; Artificial neural networks based identification of nonlinear systems; Artificial neural networks based control of nonlinear systems; Self-learning neural networks; Artificial neural networks based image recognition and pattern classification; Fuzzy control; Dynamic feedback linearization based control of nonlinear systems; Genetic algorithms and their applications for identification and control of nonlinear systems.
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Introductory course about C programming language
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Introductory course about C programming language
Department of Computer Systems
Computer and systems project contains solving a technical computer or systems task (e.g., analysis of computers, computer networks or systems; selecting proper computers, computer networks or systems platform and algorithms for particular applications; development of simpler computer systems based technical systems; research in computer and system fields) together with customer and/or team members. Students will go through phases of system development: task analysis, decomposition into sub-tasks, selection of proper architecture and algorithms, cooperation with customer and/or use of teamwork, project report writing, project presentation and defense of selected solutions.