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I am from computer science background and planning to learn embedded systems. I have more than enough materials to study, but i have no idea on how to practice it.Please tell me, If there is any emulator or toolkit available to learn and practice Embedded Systems and it's concepts in-depth?

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Plenty of choices, out of which I found these few interesting:

Note - I did not use the above, I played with PIC a long time ago - if you are interested in PICs, check this out:

There's one that is a bit bigger:

in the sense that it runs Linux and has HDMI output - this is more if you are software-oriented than hardware-oriented.

Here's a good overview (though a bit dated) of the options and some considerations:

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