Specification-Driven Dynamic Binary Translation

@inproceedings{Trger2004SpecificationDrivenDB,
  title={Specification-Driven Dynamic Binary Translation},
  author={Jens Tr{\"o}ger},
  year={2004}
}
Machine emulation allows for the simulation of a real or virtual machine, the source machine, on various host computers. A machine emulator interprets programs that are compiled for the emulated machine, but normally at a much reduced speed. Therefore, in order to increase the execution speed of such interpreted programs, a machine emulator may apply different dynamic optimization techniques. In our research we focus on emulators for real machines, i.e. existing computer architectures, and in… CONTINUE READING
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