Explain about the term embedded system, Electrical Engineering

Explain about the term embedded system.

An embedded system is a system which has software embedded within computer-hardware that makes a system dedicated for an application(s) or exact part of a product or application or part of a larger system.

An embedded system is one which has dedicated function software embedded into computer hardware. This is a dedicated computer based system for a product or applications. This may be an independent system or apart of huge system. Usually software this are embeds into a ROM (i.e., Read Only Memory) or flash.

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