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The Real-time Specification for Java extends the Java platform to support real-time processing and introduces a region-based memory model, called scoped memory, which side-steps the Java garbage collector. While scoped memory succeeds in protecting real-time tasks from execution time jitter, practical experience points to shortcomings. This paper takes stock of the state of the art in memory management for RTSJ programs.
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