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International Conference on Software Technology and Engineering, 3rd (ICSTE 2011)

By
Mohamed Othman
Mohamed Othman
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Raja Suzana Raja Kasim
Raja Suzana Raja Kasim
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ISBN:
9780791859797
No. of Pages:
760
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2011

An application can be crippled by the memory leakage of one of its components. Unfortunately, access to the source code of a referenced component, for rectification, is often not feasible. This paper presents our experience of using multi-processing as a strategy to contain the problem. We demonstrate the use of Java ProcessBuilder to protect applications from unstable native code accessed via the Java Native Interface. The technique discussed can help in designing applications that provide better fault tolerance.

Abstract
Keywords
1. Introduction
2. Java Virtual Machine (JVM)
3. Native Code Invocation
4. Memory Leaks
5. Methodology
6. Results and Discussion
7. Conclusion
Acknowledgement
References
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