Java Optimized Processor

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Java Optimized Processor (JOP)[1] is a Java processor, an implementation of Java Virtual Machine (JVM) in hardware.

JOP is free hardware under the GNU General Public License, version 3.

The intention of JOP is to provide a small hardware JVM for embedded real-time systems. The main feature is the predictability of the execution time of Java bytecodes. JOP is implemented over an FPGA.

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  1. ^ Schoeberl, M. (2008). "A Java processor architecture for embedded real-time systems". Journal of Systems Architecture 54 (1–2): 265–286. doi:10.1016/j.sysarc.2007.06.001.  edit

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