Automated discovery of scoped memory regions for real-time Java

@inproceedings{Deters2002AutomatedDO,
  title={Automated discovery of scoped memory regions for real-time Java},
  author={Morgan Deters and Ron Cytron},
  booktitle={ISMM '02},
  year={2002}
}
Advances in operating systems and languages have brought the ideal of reasonably-bounded execution time closer to developers who need such assurances for real-time and embedded systems applications. Recently, extensions to the Java libraries and virtual machine have been proposed in an emerging standard, which provides for specification of release times, execution costs, and deadlines for a restricted class of threads. To use such features, the code executing in the thread must never reference… CONTINUE READING
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