Advance Embedded Systems

Advance Embedded Systems

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Advance Embedded Systems Programming and Development

This course is designed for those industry professionals who are already working in embedded systems and wants to improve their skills to enhance their capabilities in embedded systems in their company.

Course Duration: 9 months
Course Time: Sat & Sun
Fee: 180000 Rs.
Skills System Design, Programming, Interfacing , Wireless Communication , Control and Monitoring on Remote Devices
Advance Embedded Systems Programming and Development

This course is designed for those industry professionals who are already working in embedded systems and wants to improve their skills to enhance their capabilities in embedded systems in their company.

Advance Embedded Systems Programming & Development

Module 1: Java for Embedded Systems
Session 1
  1. Environment Installation
  2. Gradle
  3. Variables, Functions, Classes, Interfaces, Static, Final
  4. Loop
  5. Linear Layout Vs Relative Layout
  6. Controls (Button , Edit Text , Text view, Radio Group, Checkbox, Views(Manifest))
  7. Create Classes (Model Class concept)
  8. Array List, Hash Map, Generics,
  9. List View / Grid View /Custom List View
  10. Jason Parsing
  11. Load More Pagination
  12. SQLite Manager (Create , Delete, Truncate)
  13. Integration of Maps
  14. Database Manager
  15. Normalisation of data
  16. Third Party APIs
  17. RSTP, RTMP Server
Session 2: Core Java
  1. Introduction
  2. Multi-Level Break
  3. Memory Management and Garbage Collection
  4. The Background Garbage Collector
  5. Integrated Thread
  6. Basics of Objects
  7. Java Language Interfaces
  8. Packages
  9. Architecture Neutral, Portable, and Robust
  10. Interpreted and Dynamic
  11. Dynamic Loading and Binding
  12. The Fragile Super class Problem
  13. Security in Java Memory Allocation and Layout
  14. Security Checks in the Class Loader
  15. The Byte Code Verification Process
  16. Security in the Java Networking Package
  17. Multithreading
  18. Java Language Classes
  19. Input Output Package
  20. Utility Package
  21. Abstract Window Toolkit
  22. Security The First Layer--the Java Language Interpreter
  23. The Next Layer--the Higher Level Protocol
Session 3:DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING (JDBC& JDBC-SQL)
  1. What Is the JDBC API?
  2. Driver TypesTwo-tier and Three-tier
  3. ModelsConnection
  4. DriverManagerOverview
  5. Concurrency Types
  6. Error Checking and the SQLException Class
  7. The SQLWarning Class
  8. JDBC Types
  9. Executing SQL Queries
  10. ResultSetMetaData
  11. Stored Procedures
  12. Transaction Management
Session 4: Applets:
  1. Getting Started with Applets
  2. Defining an Applet Subclass
  3. lifeCycle of an Applet
  4. Applet's Execution Environment
  5. Developing an Applet
  6. Deploying an Applet
  7. Finding and Loading Data Files
  8. Defining and Using Applet Parameters
  9. Writing Diagnostics to Standard Output and Error Streams
  10. Developing Draggable Applets
  11. Communicating with Other Applets
  12. Working with a Server-Side Application
  13. Network Client Applet Example
Module 2: Advanced UNIX Programming
Session 1: UNIX Standards
  1. AT&T and Berkeley UNIX Systems
  2. What is a Standard?
  3. What is POSIX?
  4. Library vs. System-Level Functions
Session 2: Files and Directories
  1. Basic File Types
  2. File Descriptors
  3. The open () and creat () Functions
  4. Keeping Track of Open Files
  5. File Table Entries
  6. The v-node Structure
  7. The fcntl Functionwith F_DUPFD Command
  8. File Attributes
  9. The access () Function
  10. link (), unlink (), remove (), and rename () Functions
  11. Functions to Create, Remove, and Read Directories
Session 3: System I/O
  1. Standard I/O vs System I/O
  2. System I/O Calls
  3. File and Record Locking
Session 4: Processes
  1. What is a Process?
  2. Process Creation and Termination
  3. Process Memory Layout
  4. Dynamic Memory Allocation
  5. Accessing Environment Variables
  6. Real and Effective User IDs
  7. The Difference Between Programs and Processes
  8. The fork() System Function
  9. Parent and Child
  10. The exec System Function
  11. Current Image and New Image
  12. Interpreter files and exec
Session 5: Pipes& Signals
  1. Interprocess Communication
  2. Pipes
  3. What is a Signal?
  4. Signal Action
  5. Blocking Signals from Delivery
  6. The sigaction() Function
  7. Signal Sets and Operations
  8. Sending a Signal to Another Process
  9. Blocking Signals with sigprocmask()
  10. Scheduling and Waiting for Signals
  11. Restarting System Calls (SVR4)
Session 6: Introduction to Pthreads & its Synchronization
  1. Processes and Threads
  2. Multitasking
  3. Overview of Thread Architectures
  4. Processes Versus Threads
  5. The Pthreads API
  6. Thread Termination
  7. Joining & Detaching Threads
  8. Passing Arguments to Threads
  9. The Sharing Problem
  10. Mutexes
Session 7: Overview of Client/Server Programming
  1. Designing Applications for a Distributed Environment
  2. Clients and Servers
  3. Ports and Services
  4. Connectionless vs. Connection-Oriented Servers
  5. Stateless vs. Stateful Servers
  6. Concurrency Issues
  7. Data Structures of the Sockets API
  8. Socket System Calls
  9. Socket Utility Functions
  10. Client Architecture
  11. Generic Client/Server Model ? TCP
  12. The TCP Client Algorithm
  13. An Iterative Server Design
  14. A Concurrent Server Design
Session 8: I/O & Date Time Functions
  1. Time Representations
  2. Decoding Calendar Time
  3. Shorthand Functions - asctime(), ctime()
  4. Formatting Date and Time Strings
  5. Process Times
  6. Berkeley High Resolution Timers
  7. Standard I/O Calls to manipulate streams
  8. Standard I/O Calls which perform character I/O
  9. Standard I/O Calls which perform string I/O
  10. Standard I/O Calls Which Perform Binary I/O
Module 3: Embedded Software Development
  1. Advanced Operating Systems Concepts
    1. Processes
    2. Threads
    3. Synchronization
  2. Real Time Systems Overview
    1. Introduction
    2. Definitions, Strategies and Characteristics
    3. Uniprocessor Systems without Blocking
    4. Uniprocessor Systems with Blocking
    5. Execution Times
    6. Multiprocessor Systems
  3. Embedded System Architecture
  4. Fundamentals of embedded Unix
  5. Real time programming with Java
  6. Event driven programming and state machine
  7. Real-Time System Scheduling
  8. Linux driver primer
  9. Writing portable device driver
  10. Embedded system design using ARM technology
  11. Applied control theory for embedded system
  12. Artificial Intelligence and self-learning system
  13. Real time Embedded digital signal processing
  14. Firmware defect prevention for safety critical systems
  15. Low power hardware design
  16. Hardware- Firmware Interface design
Those who are passionate to learn this course and have basic knowledge about it. Most common students are professionals

Advance Embedded Systems  Course Karachi
Advance Embedded Systems Course Karachi