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IBM Systems Journal
Jalapen ˜o is a virtual machine for Java TM servers written in the Java language. To be able to address the requirements of servers (performance and scalability in particular), Jalapen ˜o was designed "from scratch" to be as self-sufficient as possible. Jalapen ˜o's unique object model and memory layout allows a hardware null-pointer check as well as fast access to array elements, fields, and methods. Run-time services conventionally provided in native code are implemented primarily in Java.doi:10.1147/sj.391.0211 fatcat:gggyl4tlbzci3pcq7kosqjysbq