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What does MOC stand for?

MOC stands for Models of Computation

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Coverage encompasses architectures and interconnects, embedded design methodologies for multi-core systems, mapping of applications, hardware/software development, tools and verification, and programming paradigms and models of computation on multi-core embedded systems.
In all these examples, the vector spaces illustrate how computations such as similarity measures and relevance feedback are applied to the data; the vector spaces are models of computations executed by the system.
It provides an introduction to embedded systems design and verification, covering both fundamental and advanced topics, including models of computation for distributed embedded systems, embedded software modeling and design, synchronous hypothesis and polychronous languages, processor-centric architecture description languages, determining bounds on execution times, performance analysis of distributed embedded systems, power-aware embedded computing, processor for embedded systems, system-on-chip design and communication architectures, networks-on-chip, hardware/software interfaces design for system-on-chip, field-programmable gate array synthesis and physical design, design issues in secure embedded systems, and web services for embedded devices.
The new lab offers a rich and open environment that students can use to explore all aspects of embedded systems design, from core concepts such as models of computation, concurrency and tool-supported design methodologies to sensors and actuators, data acquisition, interfacing and real-world applications such as mechatronics, robotics and controls systems.
Topics include throughput analysis of synchronous data flow graphs, extended time automata and time Petri nets, models of computation for networks on chip, an algebra of abstractions for communication processes, concurrency in distributed systems under autonomous and enforced actions.