dJVM - A distributed JVM on a cluster
dJVM provides a distributed Java Virtual Machine (JVM) on a cluster. It hides the distributed nature of the underlying machine from a Java application by presenting a single system image (SSI) to that application. dJVM is based on the Jikes RVM  (a JVM written in Java), and is the _rst distributed implementation of the Jikes RVM. This provides a framework for exploring a range of distributed runtime support algorithms on large clusters. This report describes the dJVM architecture and some...[Show more]
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