JavaTM on the bare metal of wireless sensor devices: the squawk Java virtual machine

@inproceedings{Simon2006JavaTMOT,
  title={JavaTM on the bare metal of wireless sensor devices: the squawk Java virtual machine},
  author={Doug Simon and Cristina Cifuentes and Dave Cleal and John Daniels and Derek White},
  booktitle={VEE},
  year={2006}
}
The Squawk virtual machine is a small Java™ virtual machine (VM) written mostly in Java that runs without an operating system on a wireless sensor platform. Squawk translates standard class file into an internal pre-linked, position independent format that is compact and allows for efficient execution of bytecodes that have been placed into a read-only memory. In addition, Squawk implements an application isolation mechanism whereby applications are represented as object and are therefore… CONTINUE READING
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