interpreter

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translator

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Synonyms for interpreter

someone who mediates between speakers of different languages

someone who uses art to represent something

(computer science) a program that translates and executes source language statements one line at a time

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Fujitsu Laboratories' cycle-precise JIT compiler technology can perform separate real-time calculations for each core, so it can perform load-distribution that levels the load of each core, running high-speed cycle-level simulations that do not suffer in performance even when dealing with multiple cores.
However, the popularity of existing stack-based JIT compilers belies the limitations of stack-based intermediate representation when used as input for a JIT compiler.
Linux users may port Metrowerks' JIT compiler to run on x86, Alpha and Sparc and other UNIX platforms that do not currently have access to a commercial quality JIT compiler.
The tests measure the time it takes to load the program, verify the class files, compile on the fly if a JIT compiler is used, and execute the test.
In addition, JSTAR operates directly on Java byte code, which eliminates the extra memory required by JIT compilers to hold the native code they generate.
In addition, JSTAR operates directly on Java byte codes, which eliminates the extra memory required by JIT compilers to hold the native code they generate.
Mulchandani worked in the Developer Products Group at Sun Microsystems on compiler code-generation and optimization, and helped develop the JIT compilers for Java.
Prior to co-founding Oblix in 1996, Mulchandani worked in the developer products group at Sun Microsystems on compiler code-generation and optimization and the development of the JIT compilers for Java.
For the power hungry, Symantec provides the most advanced Java debugging technologies, sophisticated class and hierarchy browsing, the fastest Java and JIT compilers, and comprehensive visual design and management for Java development.
JIT compilers required significant processor, memory and power resources, and thus are not well suited for battery-powered mobile applications.
Prior to Oblix, Mulchandani worked in the Developer Products Group at Sun Microsystems on compiler code-generation and optimization, and helped develop the JIT compilers for Java.
The company has also worked to ensure that its Java support provides an open architecture to allow tool vendors to create JIT compilers optimized for the development environment of their choice.