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Hardware/Firmware Interface Design by Gary Stringham

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CHAPTER 1. Introduction
Hardware and firmware engineering design teams often run into problems and conflicts when trying to work together. They come from different development environments, have different toolsets, and use different terminology. Often they are in different locations within the same company or work for different companies. The two teams have to work together but often have conflicting differences in procedures and methods. Since their resulting hardware and firmware work has to integrate successfully to produce a product, it is imperative that the hardware/firmware interface—including people, technical disciplines, tools, and technology—be designed properly.
Because of the nature of embedded systems, hardware design will always ...

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