Single Parent Rule
Real-time Java provides programmer controlled scoped memory regions.
Threads can enter memory regions and allocate objects within them.
To use these properly, scoped memory objects must be organised
in a tree using following the so-called Single Parent Rule.
The aim of this project is to implement a tool which enables a programmer
to specify scoped memory usage for different threads AND check that
the thread usage satisfies the Single Parent Rule.
Contact: Dave Clarke