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Credit: EECS 149 and 249A is a 4 unit course.

Prerequisite: EECS 16B or 20, EECS 61C, EECS 70 or Math 55

Instructor:

Sanjit A. Seshia Office hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 2-3 PM in 566 Cory, and by appointment (contact: sseshia (at) eecs (dot) berkeley (dot) edu)

GSIs:

Eric Kim - eskim (at) eecs (dot) berkeley (dot) edu

Matt Weber - matt (dot) weber (at) berkeley (dot) edu

Class Meetings: Tuesday and Thursday, 12:30-2 PM, in 277 Cory
Lab Times: TBD, in 204 Cory
GSI Office Hours: In lab sessions

Other Materials:

  • Textbook: Introduction to Embedded Systems - A Cyber-Physical Systems Approach, Second Edition, by E. A. Lee and S. A. Seshia, 2015. The book is available in two forms: Free PDF download and low-cost paperback. PLEASE, UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD YOU USE A UNIVERSITY PRINTER TO PRINT THE PDF. If we catch anyone printing the text on a university printer, it will be treated as an abuse of campus resources. If you are considering printing it on your own printer, please keep the following in mind: Tom's hardware estimates the cost per page of inkjet printing ranging from 3 to 30 cents per page. This means that the cost of printing a 500 page book ranges from a low of $15 to a high of $150. This makes a bound paperback at $35 very competitive...
  • supplementary references

Discussion Forum on Piazza

  • A discussion is set up on Piazza to answer student questions about the course content and homework. This is preferable to e-mail for most questions since everyone can benefit, however, do not post solutions, especially direct code. Important announcements will still be made on bCourses.

Requirements:

  • The course requires team project with a final paper and poster presentation.
  • Homework assignments.
  • 2 Midterm exam(s) -- see schedule

Grading Breakdown: (Tentative: subject to change!):

  • 30% course project
  • 9% labs
  • 20% midterm 1
  • 20% midterm 2
  • 18% homeworks (best 6 out of 7)
  • 3% class participation

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