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Date: Thu, 6 Apr 2006 16:26:49 +0100 (BST)
Subject: Document [Suramadu Initial code drop from JPL version 0.3 0.3] created
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From: John Spaulding <spaulding@******>


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Title:     Suramadu Initial code drop from JPL version 0.3  0.3

Further details:-

   The Suramadu Benchmarking Framework and Suite represents a
   distillation of research performed on the Real Time Specification for
   Java (RTSJ) by the Golden Gate team at Jet Propulsion Laboratories
   during the 2003 - 2004 time frame. From extensive focused and
   application benchmark testing, a suite of such tests has been
   developed along with a framework in which to mount such tests. Because
   of the unique nature of memory management in the RTSJ, certain
   practices and patterns have been captured, and codified in a
   methodology and programming environment that facilitates swift
   development of benchmarking tests with a minimum of interaction with
   the internals of the RTSJ itself.
   The philosophy behind Suramadu is to allow the test designer to write
   benchmarks in an environment that is as much as possible RTSJ
   independent. In other words, unless the test designer chooses to
   explicitly reference classes defined in the RTSJ, no references will
   exist in the resulting code at compile time or at run time.
   This is the inital code drop on the Open Group's Suramadu
   collaboration site.

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