Inferno Operating System
The Inferno operating system facilitates the creation and support of distributed services in the new and emerging world of network environments, such as those typified by CATV and direct satellite broadcasting systems, as well as the Internet. In addition, as the
Inferno programming with Limbo.
The Inferno operating system is ideal for building interactive applications for set-top boxes, PDAs, palm-tops, and other networked devices that have limited computing resources, but need to handle multimedia such as streaming audio and video Keywords IEEE arithmetic, just-in-time compilers, dynamic loading, distributed computing 1 THE INFERNO OPERATING SYSTEM Inferno is an operating system well suited to applications that need to be portable, graph- ical, and networked
Inferno: la commedia interattiva
Although the implementation is all new, the Inferno operating system draws heavily on the lessons of Plan 9. The system is built around two simple ideas: every resource in the system, local or remote, is repre- sented by a hierarchical file system; and a user or process Abstract Developing an Embedded system with ARM Inferno operating system is a radically simplified revolutionary approach I. INTRODUCTION Developing an Embedded system with ARM Inferno operating system is a radically simplified revolutionary approach Abstract This paper describes an implementation of Java on the Inferno operating system . There are applications for which object oriented designs are the appropriate solution 3. Implementation The Inferno operating system has at its core a virtual machine (VM) called Dis
Libra: a library operating system for a jvm in a virtualized execution environment
Page 1. Libra: A Library Operating System for a JVM in a Virtualized Execution Environment Glenn Ammons IBM TJ Watson Research Center firstname.lastname@example.org Jonathan Appavoo
Distributed application development with Inferno
The Inferno operating system provides a software infrastructure for distributed, network applications that allows any application, written in the Limbo programming language, to run across multiple platforms and networks under the Dis virtual machine It features pen input, handwriting recognition, and a graphical user interface supported by the Inferno operating system 8. Implementation The smart phone uses the Inferno operating system and environment . Inferno is a small, fast, network-centric operating system
A simple data grid using the Inferno operating system
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the efficacy of using the Inferno operating system to set up a simple data grid. Design/methodology/approach The paper demonstrates the set up and concepts of a simple data grid using the Inferno operating
Method and apparatus for integrating a computer application programming language runtime environment with an operating system kernel
US7082600B1 Method and apparatus for integrating a computer application programming language runtime environment with an operating system kernel ACM, 200 pp. 29 44. B. Amstadt and MK Johnson, Wine, Linux Journal, August 1994. SM Dorward, R. Pike, DL Presotto, DM Ritchie, HW Trickey, and P. Winterbottom, The inferno operating system , Bell Labs Technical Journal, vol. pp. 5 1 1997 9. Inferno†Reference Manual, Lucent Technologies, Dec. 199 http://virgil.mh.lucent.com/~evb/ refman20/ 10. SM Dorward, R. Pike, DL Presotto, DM Ritchie, HW Trickey, and P. Winterbottom, The Inferno † Operating System , Bell Labs Tech. J., Vol. No. Winter 199 pp
Method and apparatus for combining operating system resource data and application program resource data in a shared object
2 200 19 pp. Daniel C. Swinehart, The Structure of Cedar, 198 ACM, 230-244. *. Dorward, S. et al., The Inferno Operating System , http:/www.vitanuova.com/inferno/ papers/bltj.html, downloaded Dec. 200 17 pp. James
Very concurrent mark--sweep garbage collection without fine-grain synchronization
provided by multiproces- sor hardware. We have implemented two versions of this algorithm (called VCGC): in the Inferno operating system and in the SML/NJ ML compiler. Measurements, compared to a sequential generational [HTML]
Grave Robbers from Outer Space: Using 9P2000 Under Linux.
Plan 9 was initially released in 1993 to universities, and then made generally available in 1995 [9FAQ]. Its core operating systems code laid the foundation for the Inferno Operating System released as a product by Lucent Bell-Labs in 1997 [INF1]
Implementation of a distributed full-system simulation framework as a filesystem server
The implementation of the simulation framework was structured to enable it to be compiled as a library for the Inferno operating system . A device driver was implemented within the Inferno emulator (emu), to present the facilities of each simulation engine as a filesystem combination of several methods. We are designing a prototype of a helper system, called Harpoon, on top of the Inferno operating system . 1 Introduction This paper is written as part of the Moby Dick project . In this project
RESEARCH PURPOSE OPERATING SYSTEMS-A WIDE SURVEY.
Most of the kernel and the device drivers are written in C#. The hardware abstraction layer is written in C++. The interrupt dispatch code is written in assembly language and C. Singularity uses some concepts used by the Inferno operating system 1998. ACM. S. Dorward, R. Pike, DL Presotto, D. Ritchie, H. Trickey, and P. Winterbottom. The Inferno operating system . Bell Labs Technical Journal, 2(1):5 1 Winter 1997. Page 6. DR Engler, MF Kaashoek, and J. OToole Jr