Small Memory Software: Patterns for Systems with Limited Memory (Charles Weir, et al)

 
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The phenomenal increases in processing strength and reminiscence capability of computing hardware over the latest years have allowed manufacturers to supply smaller and smaller pc systems together with palmtop desktops, clever cards, and embedded control structures on home and industrial appliances.

New techniques such as dynamic reminiscence control and object-orientation assist programming but tend to require additional reminiscence. preferred programming techniques do not cope with those restrained reminiscence-potential environments.

This book will offer sensible assistance for programmers developing software for this kind of surroundings. The primary content is a sequence of patterns evolved with the aid of the authors primarily based on solutions that have been located to paintings in real-life conditions. They vary from small gadget design patterns and process control patterns to styles for person Interface development, compression, and reminiscence garage.

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About the Authors
  • Charles Weir is a Director of Penrillian, UK, a software program house specializing in porting software programs to Symbian OS smartphones.
  • James Noble is a Professor of pc technology and software Engineering at Victoria college of Wellington, New Zealand.
Published
Published Date / Year
(November 9, 2000)
Hardcover
352 pages
eBook Format
PDF and PDF Files
ISBN-10
0201596075
ISBN-13
978-0201596076

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