Modular Low-Power, High-Speed CMOS Analog-To-Digital Converter for Embedded Systems (Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science,)
|Keh-La Lin, Armin Kemna, Bedrich J. Hosticka|
|McGraw-Hill Osborne Media|
Общедоступная история астрономии в XIX столетии
Описание:Driven by the request for increased productivity, flexibility, and competitiveness, modern civilization increasingly has created high-performance discrete event dynamic systems (DEDSs). These systems exhibit concurrent, sequential, competitive activitiesamong their components. They are often complex and large in scale, and necessarily flexible and thus highly capital-intensive. Examples of systems are manufacturing systems, communication networks, traffic and logistic systems, and military command and control systems. Modeling and performance evaluation play a vital role in the design and operation of such high-performance DEDSs and thus have received widespread attention from researchers over the past two decades. One methodology resulting from this effort is based on timed Petri nets and related graphical and mathematical tools. The popularity that Petri nets have been gaining in modeling of DEDSs is due to their powerful representational ability of concurrency and synchronization;...