Java to C Project Publications

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Globally, this publication list is ordered in reverse chronological order. Within a given year, the ordering is alphabetical (by author name).

The primary sponsor of the DSPCAD Group's work in this research area is: The DARPA MoBIES Program through U. C. Berkeley. We are also grateful to the following sponsors, who have supported the research in Maryland DSPCAD Research Group at large: Agilent Technologies; Angeles Design Systems, Inc.; CoolCAD Electronics; the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency; the Department of Homeland Security; the Laboratory for Physical Sciences; the Laboratory for Telecommuniation Sciences; Management Communications and Control, Inc.; the Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS) Program; National Instruments; the National Radio Astronomy Obervatory; Northrop Grumman Corp.; the Semiconductor Research Corporation; Techno-Sciences, Inc.; Texas Instruments, Inc.; Trident Systems, Inc.; the University of Maryland Graduate School; the US Air Force Research Laboratory; the US Army Research Laboratory; the US Army Research Office; and the US National Science Foundation.

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A. Varma and S. S. Bhattacharyya. Java-through-C compilation: An enabling technology for Java in embedded systems. In Proceedings of the Design Automation and Test in Europe Conference and Exhibition, Designer's Forum, pages 161-167, Paris, France, February 2004. (PDF)

A. Varma. A retargetable optimizing Java-to-C for embedded systems. Master's thesis, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park, 2003. (PDF)