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Cross-language, type-safe, and transparent object sharing for co-located managed runtimes

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Cross-language, type-safe, and transparent object sharing for co-located managed runtimes
As software becomes increasingly complex and difficult to analyze, it is more and more common for developers to use high-level, type-safe, object-oriented (OO) programming languages and to architect systems that comprise multiple components. Different components are often implemented in different programming languages. In state-of-the-art multicomponent, multi-language systems, cross-component communication relies on remote procedure calls (RPC) and message passing. As components are increasingly co-located on the same physical machine to ensure high utilization of multi-core systems, there is a growing potential for using shared memory for cross-language cross-runtime communication. We present the design and implementation of Co-Located Runtime Sharing (CoLoRS), a system that enables crosslanguage, cross-runtime type-safe, transparent shared memory. CoLoRS provides object sharing for co-located OO runtimes for both static and dynamic languages. CoLoRS defines a language-neutralobje...
Michal Wegiel, Chandra Krintz
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where OOPSLA
Authors Michal Wegiel, Chandra Krintz
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