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TitleJava and .NET: A look into today's virtual machine technology
Author(s)Bart Van Rompaey
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AbstractVirtual machine technology is growing in popularity in a lot of software domains. In particular Java and .NET platforms are used from the smallest handheld up to the biggest server. This thesis compares virtual machines execution with traditional native execution and tests the concepts of virtual machines, and more particular the Java and .NET implementations, for suitability in environments with varying needs. Those needs are formulated as a set of criteria containing functionality, portability, performance and resources usage. The mix of theoretical background and a case study concludes how well Java and .NET virtual machine implementations are able to respond to one or more of these criteria and reveal interesting benefits as well as fundamental weaknesses
	author = {Bart Van Rompaey},
	title = {Java and .NET: A look into today's virtual machine technology},
	month = {July},
	school = {Universiteit Antwerpen},
	year = {2004},
	note = {}
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