Single address space operating system

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In computer science, a single address space operating system (or SASOS) is an operating system that provides only one globally shared address space for all processes.

List of SASOS projects

See also


  1. ^ Michael Golm; Meik Felser; Christian Wawersich; Jürgen Kleinöder. "The JX Operating System" (PDF).


  • Jeffrey S. Chase; Henry M. Levy; Michael J. Feeley; Edward D. Lazowska (November 1994). "Sharing and protection in a single-address-space operating system". ACM Transactions on Computer Systems. 12 (4): 271–307. CiteSeerX . doi:10.1145/195792.195795..
  • Heiser, Gernot; Elphinstone, Kevin; Vochteloo, Jerry; Russell, Stephen; Liedtke, Jochen (1998). "The Mungi Single-Address-Space Operating System". Software: Practice and Experience. 28 (9): 901–928. CiteSeerX . doi:10.1002/(SICI)1097-024X(19980725)28:9<901::AID-SPE181>3.0.CO;2-7.
  • Michael M. Swift; Brian N. Bershad; Henry M. Levy (December 2003). "Improving the reliability of commodity operating systems". ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review. 37 (5): 207. CiteSeerX . doi:10.1145/1165389.945466.
  • Eric J. Koldinger; Jeffrey S. Chase; Susan J. Eggers (September 1992). "Architecture support for single address space operating systems". ACM SIGPLAN Notices. 27 (9): 175–186. doi:10.1145/143371.143508.

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