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Title:Laboratory course curriculum in cyber-physical systems
Author(s):Adekunle, Olugbemiga O.
Advisor(s):Caccamo, Marco
Department / Program:Electrical & Computer Eng
Discipline:Electrical & Computer Engr
Degree Granting Institution:University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Subject(s):Cyber-Physical Curriculum Laboratory Systems Embedded
Abstract:The current real-time systems course (CS 424) needed to be revamped to incorporate current trends in industry and research. Consequently, this would include incorporating cyber-physical systems (CPS) into a full-fledged course and laboratory experience. After a first attempt was made, the course still could have benefited from more structure. This would allow for any classroom to successfully complete the project, even in the case when all students have the same background or when they are unfamiliar with hardware design. The goal would be to create a modular CPS project. This inevitably would have an added benefit of making the class more palatable for an undergraduate student. This thesis presents the design and implementation of the system-level simplex implementation of a cardiac pacemaker and the associated laboratory curriculum to complete this design. The design and the curriculum not only maintain pace with the current technology, but also, because of the equipment used and its implementation, remain malleable, as cyber-physical systems develop.
Issue Date:2010-08-20
Rights Information:Copyright 2010 Olugbemiga Adekunle
Date Available in IDEALS:2010-08-20
Date Deposited:August 201

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