Current operating systems and programming languages are typically not designed with DSU in mind.As such, DSU implementations commonly either utilize existing tools, or implement specialty compilers.Our goal is to provide a simple yet expressive foundation for reasoning about dynamically updateable software.
This article is about a class of programming languages, for the method for reducing the runtime of algorithms, see Dynamic programming.
Dynamic programming language is a term used broadly in computer science to describe a class of high-level programming languages that execute at runtime many common behaviors that other languages might perform during compilation, if at all.
Mosses, with an underlying category theory formalization.
The idea of Dynamic SOS is to bring out the essential differences between dynamic upgrade constructs and program execution constructs.
These compilers preserve the semantics of the original program, but instrument either the source code or object code to produce a dynamically updateable program.
Researchers compare DSU-capable variants of programs to the original program to assess safety and performance overhead.
In some systems, such as Up Stare and Po LUS, an update can occur at any time during execution.
Ginseng's compiler will attempt to infer good locations for update points, but can also use programmer-specified update points.
Machine code or machine language is a system of impartible instructions executed directly by a computer's central processing unit (CPU).