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Alfred V. Aho
Compilers: Principles, Techniques and Tools, known to professors, students, and developers worldwide as the "Dragon Book," is available in a new edition. Every chapter has been completely revised to reflect developments in software engineering, programming languages, and computer architecture that have occurred since 1986, when the last edition published. The authors, recognizing that few readers will ever go on to construct a compiler, retain their focus on the broader set of problems faced in software design and software development.
Katherine Sierra, Bert Bates
The Best Fully Integrated Study System Available--Written by the Lead Developers of Exam 310-065 With hundreds of practice questions and hands-on exercises, SCJP Sun Certified Programmer for Java 6 Study Guide covers what you need to know--and shows you how to prepare--for this challenging exam. 100% complete coverage of all official objectives for exam 310-065 Exam Objective Highlights in every chapter point out certification objectives to ensure you're focused on passing the exam Exam Watch sections in every chapter highlight key exam topics covered Simulated exam questions match the format, tone, topics, and difficulty of the real exam Covers all SCJP exam topics, including: Declarations and Access Control · Object Orientation · Assignments · Operators · Flow Control, Exceptions, and Assertions · Strings, I/O, Formatting, and Parsing · Generics and Collections · Inner Classes · Threads · Development CD-ROM includes: Complete MasterExam practice testing engine, featuring: Two full practice exams; Detailed answers with explanations; Score Report performance assessment tool Electronic book for studying on the go Bonus coverage of the SCJD exam included! Bonus downloadable MasterExam practice test with free online registration.
Charlie Hunt, Binu John
The ONLY complete, up-to-date guide to all aspects of Java performance • •The first one-stop guide to identifying, isolating, and fixing Java performance issues on multicore and multiprocessor processor platforms - from two of Sun's leading Java performance experts. •Includes crucial new insights into microbenchmarking found nowhere else. •Contains up-to-the-minute coverage of Java optimization, including migration of older applications. Given Java's ubiquity and indispensability, Java software performance is of crucial importance to millions of developers worldwide. The emergence of multi-core systems and the evolution of the Java platform give developers many new opportunities to optimize performance. Now, three of Sun's leading Java performance experts have written the first start-to-finish guide to optimizing Java performance in today's multi-core systems. Java Performance gives developers, designers, and architects all the information they need to leverage Java's performance and scalability abilities on any modern multicore or multiprocessor system. This book's end-to-end coverage addresses all these topics: monitoring and profiling; the effective use of garbage collection and other language features; adaptive and platform-specific tuning; techniques for maximizing scalability; and much more. The authors' extensive benchmarking coverage includes an indispensable introduction to effective microbenchmarks - including guidance on avoiding the common microbenchmarking mistakes that mislead developers into writing badlyperforming software. The book also contains a complete section on Java performance enhancement, including opportunities and challenges associated with migrating software from Java 1.4.2 and Java 5 - issues that more and more Java developers are now facing.
Richard Jones, Antony Hosking, Eliot Moss
Published in 1996, Richard Jones’s Garbage Collection was a milestone in the area of automatic memory management. The field has grown considerably since then, sparking a need for an updated look at the latest state-of-the-art developments. The Garbage Collection Handbook: The Art of Automatic Memory Management brings together a wealth of knowledge gathered by automatic memory management researchers and developers over the past fifty years. The authors compare the most important approaches and state-of-the-art techniques in a single, accessible framework. The book addresses new challenges to garbage collection made by recent advances in hardware and software. It explores the consequences of these changes for designers and implementers of high performance garbage collectors. Along with simple and traditional algorithms, the book covers parallel, incremental, concurrent, and real-time garbage collection. Algorithms and concepts are often described with pseudocode and illustrations. The nearly universal adoption of garbage collection by modern programming languages makes a thorough understanding of this topic essential for any programmer. This authoritative handbook gives expert insight on how different collectors work as well as the various issues currently facing garbage collectors. Armed with this knowledge, programmers can confidently select and configure the many choices of garbage collectors. Web Resource The book’s online bibliographic database at www.gchandbook.org includes over 2,500 garbage collection-related publications. Continually updated, it contains abstracts for some entries and URLs or DOIs for most of the electronically available ones. The database can be searched online or downloaded as BibTeX, PostScript, or PDF.
A manual on the Java 1.2 virtual machine. This new edition contains a new chapter providing a tutorial on using native methods with the JNI (Java Native Interface) specification. The CD-ROM contains source code examples from the book, interactive illustrations, Java Development Kit, and a resources Web site.
A Java expert shows programmers how to write programs for the Java Virtual Machine, creating more efficient, faster running and more secure Java applications. Readers will learn how to write JVM programs directly without use of a compiler.
Stuart Dabbs Halloway
Fra bagsiden: As a platform, Java defines the services needed to connect binary components at runtime safely and reliably. To truly take advantage of alle Java has to offer, you must consider not just development, but also deployment, and not just objects, but also components. The book delves into the component-oriented features of the Java platform, thoroughly discussing class loading, refelction, serialization, native interoperation and code generation.
Iain D. Craig
I love virtual machines (VMs) and I have done for a long time.If that makes me "sad" or an "anorak", so be it. I love them because they are so much fun, as well as being so useful. They have an element of original sin (writing assembly programs and being in control of an entire machine), while still being able to claim that one is being a respectable member of the community (being structured, modular, high-level, object-oriented, and so on). They also allow one to design machines of one's own, unencumbered by the restrictions of a starts optimising it for some physical particular processor (at least, until one processor or other). I have been building virtual machines, on and off, since 1980 or there abouts. It has always been something of a hobby for me; it has also turned out to be a technique of great power and applicability. I hope to continue working on them, perhaps on some of the ideas outlined in the last chapter (I certainly want to do some more work with register-based VMs and concur rency). I originally wanted to write the book from a purely semantic viewpoint.
Programmers can learn how to become entrepreneurs, driving their career in the direction of their choosing. This guide illustrates how those in the IT field can set the direction of their careers, leading to a more fulfilling and remarkable professional life.
Marcus Lagergren, Marcus Hirt
Annotation Oracle JRockit is one of the industry_s highest performing Java Virtual Machines. Java developers are always on the lookout for better ways to analyze application behavior and gain performance. As we all know, this is not as easy as it looks. Welcome to JRockit: The Definitive Guide. This book helps you gain in-depth knowledge of Java from the JVM_s point of view. We will explain how to write code that works well with the JVM to gain performance and scalability. Starting with the inner workings of the JRockit JVM and finishing with a thorough walkthrough of the tools in the JRockit Mission Control suite, this book is for anyone who wants to know more about how the JVM executes your Java application and how to profile for better performance. What you will learn from this book : Get to grips with the fundamental building blocks of a JVM: the code generator, the garbage collector, and the implementation of threads and synchronization. Learn the design philosophy behind the JRockit JVM in these areas. Become a better Java programmer through enhanced understanding of the Java runtime. Learn how program execution works in an adaptive environment. Create relevant benchmarks and accurately measure the performance of your Java application. Learn the most important command-line flags that control JRockit subsystems and their use for performance tuning. Get to know what JRockit Mission Control is, how to set it up, and how to trouble-shoot it. Use the JRockit Management Console to monitor and manage a running JRockit instance. Profile your JRockit JVM and Java application with near zero overhead using the JRockit Runtime Analyzer and the JRockit Flight Recorder. Detect and resolve Java memory leaks using the JRockit Memory Leak Detector tool. Learn how JRockit Virtual Edition works and why it outperforms other Java solutions in traditional virtualized environments. Approach Filled with careful step-by-step instructions and plenty of screenshots, this tutorial shows you JRockit and how to get the most from it. All key concepts in the JRockit JVM, such as code generation, memory management and other internals are introduced. Performance aspects of Java are discussed in detail. A complete guide to use the tools in the JRockit Mission Control suite is also included, and much more. Who this book is written for This book is for intermediate to advanced Java Developers, who want to monitor, diagnose, profile and enhance the performance of their Java applications. It is also for people who want to understand more about the internal workings of a modern Java Virtual Machine or adaptive runtime. Parts of the book are suitable as course material for education about runtimes.