Single address space operating system

Single address space operating system

In computer science, a single address space operating system (or SASOS) is a type of operating system with simple memory management which uses only one globally shared virtual address space.

List of SASOS Projects

* Angel
* [ Mungi] at NICTA, Australia
* [ Iguana] at NICTA, Australia
* Texas
* [ Nemesis]
* [ Opal]
* [ Sombrero]
* [ Torsion]
* [ Br1X]
* Scout
* Singularity (operating system)

See also

*Hybrid kernel


* Jeffrey S. Chase, Henry M. Levy, Michael J. Feeley, Edward D. Lazowska "Sharing and protection in a single-address-space operating system" [] , ACM Press 1994.
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* [ Improving the reliability of commodity operating systems]
* [ Architecture support for single address space operating systems]

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