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Posted 18 Sep 2012

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

, 18 Sep 2012
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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Mark is a Technical Lead at Exilesoft, whose passion lies in coding, mentoring, and fueling technical innovation. In the past, he has worked as a developer for a product engineering company, an ERP/Technical Consultant in a Fortune 500 conglomerate, and also as a senior engineer for a startup in the manufacturing and design space. His current areas of research revolve around Enterprise Architecture, Big Data, NoSQL Technology, and Machine Learning.

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