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Tuesday, April 16 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Memory Management in Tizen Kernel - MyungJoo Ham, Samsung

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The memory (RAM) size requirement of mobile devices significantly affect both the production cost and the customer usability. As the execution environments include more processes (background services and system daemons), and the on-board hardware requires more memory allocated exclusively, the free memory usable to user applications, which also requires more memory these days, may shrink if the manufactorer does not increase the memory size extremely more. However, for low-mid budget devices, we cannot increase the memory size much (e.g., 2GB). We present how we have implemented and utilized Linux kernel memory management features for Tizen in order to use Tizen platform with limited memory spaces.


MyungJoo Ham

MyungJoo Ham, Ph.D. is currently working at S/W R&D Center of Samsung Electronics since 2009. In Samsung Electronics, he has been working on Linux Kernel with personal interest in power management. He has been a maintainer of extcon and devfreq subsystems. He has received a Ph.D... Read More →

Tuesday April 16, 2013 11:30am - 12:30pm PDT
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