Living to learn

Ganssle, Jack
July 1995
EDN;7/6/95, Vol. 40 Issue 14, p165
Trade Publication
Focuses on the education of engineers. Study of embedded computer systems design; Challenges digital designers face; Literature on embedded computer systems.


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