Assembly Language Programming: ARM Cortex-M3

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Wiley, Feb 13, 2012 - Computers - 256 pages

ARM designs the cores of microcontrollers which equip most "embedded systems" based on 32-bit processors. Cortex M3 is one of these designs, recently developed by ARM with microcontroller applications in mind. To conceive a particularly optimized piece of software (as is often the case in the world of embedded systems) it is often necessary to know how to program in an assembly language.

This book explains the basics of programming in an assembly language, while being based on the architecture of Cortex M3 in detail and developing many examples.

It is written for people who have never programmed in an assembly language and is thus didactic and progresses step by step by defining the concepts necessary to acquiring a good understanding of these techniques.

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About the author (2012)

Vincent Mahout is a teacher at INSA of Toulouse (Grande Ecole d'Ingénieurs) under the authority of the Ministry of Education and Research. He is also a researcher at CNRS/LAAS (, Toulouse, France.

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