Java Annotation-Aware Just-in-Time (AJIT) Complilation System

@inproceedings{Azevedo1999JavaAJ,
  title={Java Annotation-Aware Just-in-Time (AJIT) Complilation System},
  author={Ana Azevedo and Alexandru Nicolau and Joseph Hummel},
  booktitle={Java Grande},
  year={1999}
}
The Java Bytecode language lacks expressiveness for traditional compiler optimizations, making this portable, secure software distribution format inefficient as a program representation for high performance. This inefficiency results from the underlying stack model, as well as the fact that many bytecode operations intrinsically include sub-operations (e.g., iaXoad includes the address computation, a,rray bounds checks and the actual load of the array element). The stack model, with no operand… CONTINUE READING
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