Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 4th Sep 2015 22:46 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes

OOSMOS stands for Object-Oriented State Machine Operating System. It is a new type of operating system where the fundamental contextual unit is the object, not the thread as it is in traditional operating systems.

Because there are no threads, there are no thread stacks, so OOSMOS is ideal for use in memory constrained environments where a traditional thread-based operating system is not a viable option.

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RE[3]: Dumb
by jockm on Sun 6th Sep 2015 02:43 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Dumb"
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Multi threaded and OO kernels actually save resources and provide better responsiveness than round robin scheduling.

You have some data to back that up? While I think it is possible that some multi-threaded and/or OO kernels can be better in those regards; I don't think you can make a blanket statement on the matter.

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