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Accelerating Application Start-up with Nonvolatile Memory in Android Systems
Application launch time in mobile systems is vital in many cases as a result of it can adversely have an effect on user expertise. Android has employed several software techniques to cut back application launch time. For example, Android shares memory house among applications to cut back the loading time of libraries. It conjointly keeps applications in memory, even when the applications are terminated, to cut back begin-up time. But, not much research has been done from a hardware perspective to cut back application launch time. In this text, the authors analyze memory usage patterns of Android applications and counsel many hardware optimization techniques. They conjointly demonstrate the benefit of using a section-modification memory like nonvolatile memory to accelerate begin-up time.
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