Korean Institute of Information Scientists and Engineers
In this paper, the authors present a complete survey of recent techniques that are applied in the field of real-time java computing. It focuses on the issues that are especially important for hard real-time applications, which include time predictable garbage collection, worst-case execution time analysis of java programs, real-time java threads scheduling and compiler techniques designed for real-time purpose. It also evaluates experimental frameworks that can be used for researching real-time java. This overview is expected to help researchers understand the state-of-the-art and advance the research in real-time java computing.