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Video performance in Java

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Video performance in Java
The tremendous growth in both Java and multimedia present an opportunity for cross-platform multimedia applications. However, little research has been done on Java multimedia performance. In this paper, we present experiments that measure the multimedia performance of an MPEG-1 client in Java. We find Just-In-Time compilation, local media access and processor type significantly affect multimedia performance, while choice of operating system, Java virtual machine and garbage collection have a negligible effect on multimedia performance. Overall, Java still lags considerably behind multimedia performance in C++.
Mark Claypool, Tom Coates, Shawn Hooley, Eric Shea
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where IRMA
Authors Mark Claypool, Tom Coates, Shawn Hooley, Eric Shea, Chris Spellacy
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