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ICSE
2011
IEEE-ACM
8 years 18 days ago
JavAdaptor: unrestricted dynamic software updates for Java
Dynamic software updates (DSU) are one of the top-most features requested by developers and users. As a result, DSU is already standard in many dynamic programming languages. But,...
Mario Pukall, Alexander Grebhahn, Reimar Schrö...
ICCS
2009
Springer
8 years 7 months ago
Dynamic Software Updates for Accelerating Scientific Discovery
Distributed parallel applications often run for hours or even days before arriving to a result. In the case of such long-running programs, the initial requirements could change aft...
Dong Kwan Kim, Myoungkyu Song, Eli Tilevich, Calvi...
IWAN
2000
Springer
9 years 22 days ago
Active Networking Means Evolution (or Enhanced Extensibility Required)
The primary goal of active networking is to increase the pace of network evolution. The approach to achieving this goal, as well as the goal of enhancing customizability, is to al...
Michael W. Hicks, Scott Nettles
PLDI
2006
ACM
9 years 3 months ago
Practical dynamic software updating for C
Software updates typically require stopping and restarting an application, but many systems cannot afford to halt service, or would prefer not to. Dynamic software updating (DSU) ...
Iulian Neamtiu, Michael W. Hicks, Gareth Stoyle, M...
PLDI
2009
ACM
9 years 4 months ago
Dynamic software updates: a VM-centric approach
Software evolves to fix bugs and add features. Stopping and restarting programs to apply changes is inconvenient and often costly. Dynamic software updating (DSU) addresses this ...
Suriya Subramanian, Michael W. Hicks, Kathryn S. M...
POPL
2005
ACM
9 years 9 months ago
Mutatis mutandis: safe and predictable dynamic software updating
Dynamic software updates can be used to fix bugs or add features to a running program without downtime. Essential for some applications and convenient for others, low-level dynami...
Gareth Stoyle, Michael W. Hicks, Gavin M. Bierman,...
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