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An Introductory Textbook on Cyber-Physical Systems
Edward A. Lee, Sanjit Seshia

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Edward A. Lee, Sanjit Seshia. "An Introductory Textbook on Cyber-Physical Systems". Peter Marwedel, Jeff Jackson , Kenneth G. Ricks (eds.), ACM, October, 2010; WESE '10 Proceedings of the 2010 Workshop on Embedded Systems Education .

Abstract
We introduce a textbook that strives to identify and introduce the durable intellectual ideas of embedded systems as a technology and as a subject of study. The emphasis is on modeling, design, and analysis of cyber-physical systems, which integrate computing, networking, and physical pro- cesses. The book is intended for students at the advanced undergraduate level or the introductory graduate level, and for practicing engineers and computer scientists who wish to understand the engineering principles of embedded systems. It is also an experiment in publishing. The book is available free in electronic form, in the form of PDF file designed specifi cally for on-line reading. Specifi cally, the layout is optimized for medium-sized screens, particularly the iPad and forthcoming tablets. Extensive use of hyperlinks and color enhance the online reading experience. A print version will be available through a print-on-demand service, enabling rapid evolution and immediate correction of errors. See http://LeeSeshia.org.

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    Edward A. Lee, Sanjit Seshia. "An Introductory Textbook
    on Cyber-Physical Systems".  Peter Marwedel, Jeff
    Jackson , Kenneth G. Ricks (eds.), ACM, October, 2010; WESE
    '10 Proceedings of the 2010 Workshop on Embedded Systems
    Education .
  • BibTeX
    @proceedings{LeeSeshia10_IntroductoryTextbookOnCyberPhysicalSystems,
        title = {An Introductory Textbook on Cyber-Physical Systems},
        editor = { Peter Marwedel, Jeff Jackson , Kenneth G. Ricks},
        organization = {ACM},
        month = {October},
        year = {2010},
        note = {WESE '10 Proceedings of the 2010 Workshop on
                  Embedded Systems Education },
        abstract = {We introduce a textbook that strives to identify
                  and introduce the durable intellectual ideas of
                  embedded systems as a technology and as a subject
                  of study. The emphasis is on modeling, design, and
                  analysis of cyber-physical systems, which
                  integrate computing, networking, and physical pro-
                  cesses. The book is intended for students at the
                  advanced undergraduate level or the introductory
                  graduate level, and for practicing engineers and
                  computer scientists who wish to understand the
                  engineering principles of embedded systems. It is
                  also an experiment in publishing. The book is
                  available free in electronic form, in the form of
                  PDF file designed specifically for on-line
                  reading. Specifically, the layout is optimized
                  for medium-sized screens, particularly the iPad
                  and forthcoming tablets. Extensive use of
                  hyperlinks and color enhance the online reading
                  experience. A print version will be available
                  through a print-on-demand service, enabling rapid
                  evolution and immediate correction of errors. See
                  http://LeeSeshia.org.},
        URL = {http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/934.html}
    }
    

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