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Stack based vs Register based Virtual Machine Architecture, and the Dalvik VM

, 18 Sep 2012 CPOL
A virtual machine (VM) is a high level abstraction on top of the native operating system, that emulates a physical machine. Here, we are talking about process virtual machines and not system virtual machines.




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