Real-time Java, Part 5, Writing and deploying real-time Java applications

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Caroline Gough , Andrew Hall, Helen Masters, and Alan Stevens

Date archived: May 13, 2019 | First published: June 12, 2007

This article, the fifth in a six-part series about real-time Java™, shows how to write and deploy real-time Java applications using the tools provided with IBM® WebSphere® Real Time. Using sample applications, the authors demonstrate the Metronome garbage collector for controlling garbage-collection pauses, the Ahead-of-time compiler for avoiding run-time compilation pauses, and NoHeapRealtimeThreads for meeting the most stringent timing requirements.

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