A Modular Design for the Common Language Runtime (CLR) Architecture

@inproceedings{Fruja2005AMD,
  title={A Modular Design for the Common Language Runtime (CLR) Architecture},
  author={Nicu G. Fruja},
  booktitle={Abstract State Machines},
  year={2005}
}
  • Nicu G. Fruja
  • Published in Abstract State Machines 2005
  • Computer Science
  • This paper provides a modular high-level design of the Common Language Runtime (CLR) architecture. Our design is given in terms of Abstract State Machines (ASMs) and takes the form of an interpreter. We describe the CLR as a hierarchy of eight submachines, which correspond to eight submodules into which the Common Intermediate Language (CIL) instruction set can be decomposed. 
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