Embedded Systems Conference Boston 2010 - Paper Submission

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There is a good opportunity to get a speaking slot at Embedded Systems Conference Boston 2010 to be held September 20-23, 2010 at the Hynes Convention Center Boston, Massachusetts.. The conference is now accepting abstracts for the technical program, which will consist of 15 tracks, including.

Aerospace and Military
Designing with Open-Source Software, including Linux and Android
Developing for Windows Embedded
Graphics, Displays, and Lighting
Industrial, Automation, and Robotics
Multicore and Virtualization
Multimedia and Signal Processing
Networking, Connectivity, and Embedded Internet
Programmable Logic
Project Management
Real Time System Development
Safety and Security
Software Debugging Techniques
System Integration and Test

ESC Boston brings together system architects, design engineers, suppliers, analysts and media from across the globe, including Asia and the Pacific Rim. With 4,200+ total attendees, it’s one of the fastest growing annual engineering events in America, providing attendees with an unsurpassed opportunity to find the solutions they need to their design challenges. Deadline to submit a nomination is Tuesday, March 9, 2010. For more information, or to submit an abstract, please visit




55 video tutorials on - VLSI

1.Introduction to VLSI Design
2.Combinational Circuit Design
3.Programmable Logic Devices
4.Programmable Array Logic
5.Review of Flip-Flops
6.Sequentional Circuits
7.Sequentional Circuits Design
8.MSI Implementation of Sequential Circuits
9.Design of Sequentional Circuits
10.Verilog Modeling of Combinational Circuits
11.Modeling of Verilog Sequential Circuits
12.Modeling of Verilog Sequential Circuits(contd)
13.RTL coding guidelines
14.Coding Organization - Complete Realization
15.Coding Organization Complete Realization(Contd)
16.Writing a Test Bench
17. System Design Using ASM Chart
18. Examples System Design Using ASM Chart
19. Examples of System Design Using Sequentional Circuts
20. Examples of System Design Using Sequentional (Co)
21. Microprogrammed Design
22. Microprogrammed Design(Contd)
23. Design Flow of VLSI Circuits
24. Simulation of Combinational Circuits
25. Simulation of Combinational Circuits and Sequenti
26. Analysis of Waveforms Using Modelsim
27. Analysis of Waveforms Using Modelsim(Contd)
28. Modelsim Simulation Tool
29. Synthesis Tool
30. Synthesis Tool(Contd)
31. Synplify Tool - Schematic Circuit Diagram
32. Technology View using Synplify Tool
33. Synopsys Full and Parallel Cases
34. Xilink Place & Route Tool
35. Xilink Place & Route Tool(Contd)
36. PCI Arbiter Design Using ASM Chart
37. Design of Memories - ROM
38. Design of Memories -RAM
39. Design of External RAM
40. Design of Arithmetic Circuits
41. Design of Arithmetic Circuits(Contd..)
42. Design of Arithmetic Circuits(Contd..)
43. System Design Examples
44. System Design Examples(Contd..)
45. System Design Examples(Contd..)
46. System Design Examples(Contd..)
47. System Design Examples(Contd..)
48. System Design Examples Using FPGA Board
49. System Design Examples Using FPGA Board
50. Advanced Features of Xilink Project Navigator
51. System Design Examples Using FPGA Board(Contd)
52. System Design Examples Using FPGA Board(Contd)
53. System Design Examples Using FPGA Board(Contd)
54. System Design Examples Using FPGA Board(Contd)
55. Project Design Suggested for FPGA/ASIC Implementa
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Object-Oriented Programming in MATLAB®

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Object-Oriented Programming in MATLAB®

17 Feb 2010
3:00 PM IST

This webinar will highlight the latest object-oriented programming capabilities in MATLAB, focusing on the major update that was included as part of the R2008a release. Using engineering examples, this webinar will demonstrate how to define classes and work with objects, highlighting the benefits of this programming approach over traditional procedural techniques. It will highlight a number of features, including:

- Class definition files, enabling definition of properties, methods, and events
- Handle classes with reference behavior, aiding the creation of data structures such as linked lists
- Events and listeners, allowing the monitoring of object property changes and actions

No knowledge of object-oriented programming is required. A Q&A session will follow the presentation and demos.

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