Embedded Systems

The Global Journal of technology and Optimization is dedicated to providing a best open access platform for the discussion of Embedded Systems. The utilization includes thermochemical (combustion), photochemical, electrochemical (fuel cells) and nuclear conversion of hydrogen, hydrogen isotopes and/or hydrogen carriers to thermal, mechanical and electrical energies, and their applications in transportation (including aerospace), industrial, commercial and residential sectors. An Embedded System is an engineering artifact involving computation that is subject to physical constraints arising through interactions of computational processes with the physical world. Reaction constraints originate from the throughput whereas execution constraints originate from the implementation requirements and power, memory and hardware failure rates. The key to embedded systems design is to obtain desired functionality under both kinds of constraints. OMICS Group formed a network by signing agreements with more than 100 international societies and formed ‘scientific alliances’ to make healthcare information Open Access.
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Last date updated on June, 2014


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