JCOD: A lightweight modular compilation technology for embedded Java. JCOD is a new compiler technology for appliances such as mobile phones or printers running embedded Java programs. Interpreted Java is sometimes too slow and one would like to compile bytecode into native code as this is achieved in JIT compilers on desktops. Our approach takes into account the memory and CPU constraints of the appliances. We have designed a distributed technology to efficiently detect “hot spots” of the application and compile them out of the appliance, on a network compile server that uses a lot of code size optimizations. This paper describes the different components and exhibits their flexibility. They can easily be upgraded independently or tailored for a specific kind of applications running on a given appliance.
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- Colin de Verdière, Vincent; Cros, Sébastien; Fabre, Christian; Guider, Romain; Yovine, Sergio: Speedup prediction for selective compilation of embedded Java programs (2002)
- Delsart, Bertrand; Joloboff, Vania; Paire, Eric: JCOD: A lightweight modular compilation technology for embedded Java (2002)
- Ritzau, Tobias; Fritzson, Peter: Decreasing memory overhead in hard real-time garbage collection (2002)