Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

M. Schoeberl:
"Evaluation of a Java Processor";
Talk: Austrochip, Vienna, Austria; 2005-10-06; in: "Proceedings, Austrochip Mikroelektronik Tagung 2005", (2005), ISBN: 3-901578-13-7.

English abstract:
In this paper, we will present the evaluation results
for a Java processor, with respect to size and performance. The
Java Optimized Processor (JOP) is an implementation of the Java
virtual machine (JVM) in a low-cost FPGA. JOP is the smallest
hardware realization of the JVM available to date. Due to the
efficient implementation of the stack architecture, JOP is also
smaller than a comparable RISC processor in an FPGA.
Although JOP is intended as a processor for embedded realtime
systems, whereas accurate worst case execution time analysis
is more important than average case performance, its general
performance is still important. We will see that a real-time
processor architecture does not need to be slow.

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