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LCPC
2007
Springer
12 years 19 days ago
Supporting Huge Address Spaces in a Virtual Machine for Java on a Cluster
Abstract. To solve problems that require far more memory than a single machine can supply, data can be swapped to disk in some manner, it can be compressed, and/or the memory of mu...
Ronald Veldema, Michael Philippsen
ASPLOS
2008
ACM
11 years 8 months ago
The mapping collector: virtual memory support for generational, parallel, and concurrent compaction
Parallel and concurrent garbage collectors are increasingly employed by managed runtime environments (MREs) to maintain scalability, as multi-core architectures and multi-threaded...
Michal Wegiel, Chandra Krintz
USENIX
2000
11 years 7 months ago
Techniques for the Design of Java Operating Systems
Language-basedextensible systems, such as Java Virtual Machines and SPIN, use type safety to provide memory safety in a single address space. By using software to provide safety, ...
Godmar Back, Patrick Tullmann, Leigh Stoller, Wils...
ICS
1999
Tsinghua U.
11 years 10 months ago
Fast cluster failover using virtual memory-mapped communication
This paper proposes a novel way to use virtual memorymapped communication (VMMC) to reduce the failover time on clusters. With the VMMC model, applications’ virtual address spac...
Yuanyuan Zhou, Peter M. Chen, Kai Li
CUZA
2002
130views more  CUZA 2002»
11 years 6 months ago
Distributed Threads in Java
In this paper we present a mechanism for serializing the execution-state of a distributed Java application that is implemented on a conventional Object Request Broker (ORB) archite...
Danny Weyns, Eddy Truyen, Pierre Verbaeten
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