This paper considers implementing the Object Oriented Programming Model directly in the hardware to serve as a base to exploit object-level parallelism, speculation and heterogeneous computing. Towards this goal, we present a new execution model called Object
Oriented execution Model - OOM - that implements the OO Programming Models. All OOM hardware structures are objects and the OOM Instruction Set directly utilizes objects while hiding other complex hardware structures. OOM maintains all high-level programming language information until execution time. This enables efficient
extraction of available parallelism in OO serial code at
execution time with minimal compiler support. Our results
show that OOM utilizes the available parallelism better
than the OoO (Out-of-Order) model
CitacióMarkovic, N. [et al.]. Object oriented execution model (OOM). A: New Directions in Computer Architecture. "2nd Workshop on New Directions in Computer Architecture (NDCA-2): held in conjunction with the 38th International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA-38): 5th June: San Jose, California". San Jose, California: INRIA, 2011.