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A Partitioning Analysis of the .NET Common Language Runtime

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A Partitioning Analysis of the .NET Common Language Runtime
Microsoft's .NET platform was developed to simplify development of Windows applications. At the core of the .Net platform is a virtual machine known as the Common Language Runtime (CLR). Virtual machines do not allow for optimal performance, and a full hardware implementation is not always feasible. The goal of this paper is to present a preliminary partitioning scheme upon which future refinements can be made, and to analyze the performance of the partitioning scheme based on instructions executed in each partition and the data to be passed between partitions. Conclusions and recommendations as to implementation of the hardware partition are given to aid in future implementations of a hardware/software co-designed CLR.
Joshua R. Dick, Kenneth B. Kent, Joseph C. Libby
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ECBS
Authors Joshua R. Dick, Kenneth B. Kent, Joseph C. Libby
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