Embedded Systems Design, September 2011 - Embedded.com

Embedded Systems Design, September 2011

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Cover story: Embedded Cloud Computing
“Web services puts M2M in The Cloud”
by Joel K. Young, Digi International
Web services are one way to connect devices and sensors to the extended Internet.

“Using Monte Carlo methods to design domain-driven device clouds”
by Mark Benson, Logic PD
You can use a class of computational algorithms from the Manhattan Project to calculate the result of complex processes in device clouds.

“The embedded cloud: IT at the edge”
by Rajive Joshi, Real-Time Innovations
Data Distribution Service–an open-standard-based data bus–is a reliable way to get data into The Cloud.

Feature: Multicore
“Transitioning to multicore processing”
By Rob Oshana and Shuai Wang, Freescale Semiconductor
Hesitating to make the shift from single- to multiple-core processing in your design? Here's a guide to making the transition.

Programming Pointers
By Dan Saks
“Calling constructors with placement new”
New with placement offers C++ developers explicit control over how and when to initialize memory-mapped objects.

Break Points
By Jack Ganssle
“The microprocessor at 40: The birth of electronics”
The 4004 spawned the age of ubiquitous and cheap computing. For its 40th anniversary, Jack pays tribute.

By Chris A. Ciufo
“What hasn't changed: “Embedded” is everywhere”
A new editor for Embedded Systems Design; same deep coverage by the industry's most knowledgeable editorial team.

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