General Memory Analysis

General Memory Analysis is another name for Memoretics, a discipline that studies memory snapshots including their similarities and differences on different system platforms such as Windows, Linus, Mac OS X, embedded and mobile systems, historical architectures, etc. The analysis of memory helps solve problems in various domains such as software troubleshooting and debugging, computer forensic analysis, etc.

The current focus of interdisciplinary research is to build a unified memory pattern language that covers both behavioral and structural patterns and also to study the possibility of building memory systems from below, not from requirements -> architecture -> design -> implementation -> compilation -> linking -> loading -> execution but from directly modeling and assembling memory systems using memory patterns.

- Dmitry Vostokov @ DumpAnalysis.org + TraceAnalysis.org -

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