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On the representativeness of embedded Java benchmarks

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On the representativeness of embedded Java benchmarks
— Java has become one of the predominant languages for embedded and mobile platforms due to its architecturally neutral design, portability, and security. But Java execution in the embedded world encompasses Java Virtual Machines (JVMs) specially tuned for the embedded world, with stripped-down capabilities, and configurations for memory-limited environments. While there have been some studies on desktop and server Java, there have been very few studies on embedded Java. The non proliferation of embedded Java benchmarks and the lack of widespread profiling tools and simulators have only exacerbated the problem. While the industry uses some benchmarks such as MorphMark, MIDPMark, and EEMBC Java Grinder Bench, their representativeness in comparison to actual embedded Java applications has not been studied. In order to conduct such a study, we gathered an actual mobile phone application suite and characterized it in detail. We measure several properties of the various applications and b...
Ciji Isen, Lizy Kurian John, Jung Pil Choi, Hyo Ju
Added 31 May 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where IISWC
Authors Ciji Isen, Lizy Kurian John, Jung Pil Choi, Hyo Jung Song
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