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While managed languages such as C# and Java have become quite popular in enterprise computing, they are still considered unsuitable for hard real-time systems. In particular, the presence of garbage collection has been a sore point for their acceptance for low-level system programming tasks. Real-time extensions to these languages have the dubious distinction of, at the same time, eschewing the benefits of high-level programming and failing to offer competitive performance. The goal of the authors' research is to explore the limitations of high-level managed languages for real-time systems programming.
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