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|Title:||A BRIEF HISTORY OF JUST-IN-TIME|
|Abstract:||Software systems have been using ``just-in-time'' compilation (JIT) techniques since the 1960s. Broadly, JIT compilation includes any translation performed dynamically, after a program has started execution. We examine the motivation behind JIT compilation, constraints imposed on JIT compilation systems, and present a classification scheme for such systems. This classification emerges as we survey forty years of JIT work, from 1960-2000.|
|Appears in Collections:||Aycock, John|
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