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08441 Final Report – Emerging Uses and Paradigms for Dynamic Binary Translation

Authors Erik Altman, Bruce R. Childers, Robert Cohn, Jack Davidson, Koen De Brosschere, Bjorn De Sutter, Anton M. Ertl, Michael Franz, Yuan Gu, Matthias Hauswirth, Thomas Heinz, Wei-Chung Hsu, Jens Knoop, Andreas Krall, Naveen Kumar, Jonas Maebe, Robert Muth, Xavier Rival, Erven Rohou, Roni Rosner, Mary Lou Soffa, Jens Troeger, Christopher Vick



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Erik Altman
Bruce R. Childers
Robert Cohn
Jack Davidson
Koen De Brosschere
Bjorn De Sutter
Anton M. Ertl
Michael Franz
Yuan Gu
Matthias Hauswirth
Thomas Heinz
Wei-Chung Hsu
Jens Knoop
Andreas Krall
Naveen Kumar
Jonas Maebe
Robert Muth
Xavier Rival
Erven Rohou
Roni Rosner
Mary Lou Soffa
Jens Troeger
Christopher Vick

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Erik Altman, Bruce R. Childers, Robert Cohn, Jack Davidson, Koen De Brosschere, Bjorn De Sutter, Anton M. Ertl, Michael Franz, Yuan Gu, Matthias Hauswirth, Thomas Heinz, Wei-Chung Hsu, Jens Knoop, Andreas Krall, Naveen Kumar, Jonas Maebe, Robert Muth, Xavier Rival, Erven Rohou, Roni Rosner, Mary Lou Soffa, Jens Troeger, and Christopher Vick. 08441 Final Report – Emerging Uses and Paradigms for Dynamic Binary Translation. In Emerging Uses and Paradigms for Dynamic Binary Translation. Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, Volume 8441, Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik (2009)
https://doi.org/10.4230/DagSemProc.08441.2

Abstract

Software designers and developers face many problems in designing, building, deploying, and maintaining cutting-edge software applications–reliability,security,performance,power,legacy code,use of multi-core platforms,and maintenance are just a few of the issues that must be considered. Many of these issues are fundamental parts of the grand challenges in computer science such as reliability and security.
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  • Dynamic binary translation
  • Virtual machines

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