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Overview: The Real-Time Specification for Java (RTSJ) has been in use since 2001, and has been made available for application developers by several vendors since that time. The RTSJ was created to extend Java technology for use by embedded systems that are sensitive to event and response timing. Before the RTSJ was developed, the Java language already provided excellent support for many of the critical attributes of these applications, including: Machine independence - a Java program can run on any processor for which a Java Virtual Machine is available. Language Safety - Java syntax has been carefully designed to ensure that the large majority of programming errors will be caught at compile time rather than being left until execution time as is so often true for C and C++. Object Reference Safety - Java object references are always safe. A Java program is incapable of causing error such as a Segmentation Fault (Unix or Linux) or a General Protection Fault (Windows) because the Java language does not permit a program to create a reference that does not point to a correctly typed object nor does it provide any way to delete an object. Java objects are freed only when no references to them remain. Inherent Concurrency - The Java language includes the notion of concurrency as a first-class language construct. A Java thread can be created at any time, and can run independently of other Java threads. Priorities allow Java applications to request preference for some threads over others. Synchronization Support - Synchronization is an easy-to-use, first-class language construct that is built on the monitor model. The monitor synchronization model lets the language ensure that all uses of mutually exclusive resources will be protected, and is thus vastly safer than the semaphores and mutexes provided by most operating systems in the embedded world.
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