JOSES: Java Optimization Strategies for Embedded Systems

With the rising application of the Java programming language, the demand for powerful Java compilers is growing rapidly in all sectors of industry, in particular in the field of embedded systems. However, to produce efficient Java code for these systems many hard problems in compiler construction have to be solved.

The JOSES workshop calls for innovative ideas in this area, solutions that meet the efficiency requirements of today's and tomorrow's embedded systems. Position papers are solicited on techniques for small footprint, optimized memory management, static garbage collection, object inlining, real-time constraints, interclass analysis, dynamic loading, cache analysis and allocation, small interpreters, as well as other related topics.

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Uwe Assmann (