Embedded Mode

Embedded Mode

(programming)
A term used by COCOMO to describe a project development that is characterised by tight, inflexible constraints and interface requirements. The product must operate within (is embedded in) a strongly coupled complex of hardware, software, regulations and operational procedures. An embedded mode project will require a great deal of innovation. An example would be a real-time system with timing constraints and customised hardware.
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Wi-Fi and Bluetooth protocol stacks can run transparently on a host MCU or in embedded mode, allowing for flexible platform architectures with common firmware.
But she dates this embedded mode to the earlier "Black Paintings" and to the series of "Red Paintings" (one of the last of which is our 1954 Untitled), in which "a collage surface of various types of paper, including strips of newspaper, was impregnated with pigment." In such works, she argues, "the tonal and chromatic differences in the color across these surfaces became then a function of the material to which it was applied, or by which it was absorbed.
It is compatible with Jtids and the Multifunction Information Distribution System (Mids) and the only difference between the US Air Force's APX-117 and the US Navy's APX-118 is the incorporation of an embedded Mode 4 cryptographic module.

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