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Proceedings of the 2nd international conference on Virtual execution environments - VEE '06
Translation-based virtual execution environments (VEEs) are becoming increasingly popular because of their usefulness. With dynamic translation, a program in a VEE has two binaries: an input source binary and a dynamically generated target binary. Program analysis is important for these binaries, and both the developers and users of VEEs need an instrumentation system to customize program analysis tools. However, existing instrumentation systems for use in VEEs have two drawbacks. First, theydoi:10.1145/1134760.1220165 fatcat:evuvze5atncnxeyilp5odzzlc4