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Shanghai
Sept. 21, 2005 to Sept. 23, 2005
ISBN: 0-7695-2432-X
pp: 764-770
Zhilei Chai , Fudan University
Wenjie Chen , Fudan University
Zhiqiang Tang , Fudan University
Zhanglong Chen , Fudan University
Shiliang Tu , Fudan University
ABSTRACT
<p>Asynchronous Transfer of Control (ATC) is a crucial mechanism for real-time applications, and is currently provided in the Real-Time Specification for Java (RTSJ). This paper proposes a framework to implement ATC in the RTSJ-compliant Java processor based on the instruction optimization method proposed in our previous work [1]. Because most of the processing is done before bytecode execution in this method, the implementation using our framework is straightforward. Moreover, its Worst Case Execution Time (WCET) is more predictable.</p>
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CITATION
Zhilei Chai, Wenjie Chen, Zhiqiang Tang, Zhanglong Chen, Shiliang Tu, "Asynchronous Transfer of Control in the RTSJ-compliant Java Processor", CIT, 2005, The Fifth International Conference on Computer and Information Technology CIT 2005, The Fifth International Conference on Computer and Information Technology CIT 2005 2005, pp. 764-770, doi:10.1109/CIT.2005.78
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