Precision in Practice: A Type-Preserving Java Compiler

@inproceedings{League2003PrecisionIP,
  title={Precision in Practice: A Type-Preserving Java Compiler},
  author={Christopher League and Zhong Shao and Valery Trifonov},
  booktitle={CC},
  year={2003}
}
Popular mobile code architectures (Java and .NET) include verifiers to check for memory safety and other security properties. Since their formats are relatively high level, supporting a wide range of source language features is awkward. Further compilation and optimization, necessary for efficiency, must be trusted. We describe the design and implementation of a fully type-preserving compiler for Java and ML. Its strongly-typed intermediate language provides a low-level abstract machine model… CONTINUE READING
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