Scholarly articles on Embedded Systems
An embedded system is a computer system which is devoted to do a single function embedded into a larger mechanical or electrical system, sometimes with real-time computing constraints. It is not flexible as a personal computer which has to meet wide range of end users. Today many devices are controlled by embedded systems. Today embedded systems are based on Micro controllers, but micro-processors are also used in complex systems. In both the cases the processors used may be ranging from general purpose to customized application processors. Digital signal processor (DSP) can be considered as common class of dedicated processors. The key characteristic of embedded system is to handle a specific task, so design engineers can try to reduce the size and cost of the device and increase the reliability and performance. Normally, embedded systems range from common devices such as digital watches, washing machines, to large stationary installations like traffic signals, elevators and large complex systems like MRI and aeronautics. A scholarly article or book generally is based on original research or experimentats which is written by an expert or researcher in the field who is affiliated to an university. Many scholarly writing contains footnotes, bibliography, graphs and charts which can illustrate in a better way. Articles that publish in scholarly journals are gone through the peer-review process where review is done by the experts in this field who are capable of evaluating the quality and originality of the paper prior to the publication. Journal of Computer Engineering And Information Technology emerges as a best indexed, hybrid journal with impact factor compared to other competitive journals focusing on Embedded systems by bringing up the recent research to global scientific community through its publications. The papers submitted are undergone through perfect plagiarism checks, later peer reviewed by the expert group and published after through revisions.