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Dynamic Memory Management with Garbage Collection for Embedded Applications

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Dynamic Memory Management with Garbage Collection for Embedded Applications
A software system can be called a safe-system with respect to memory, when it supports only strong-typing and it does not allow for the manual disposal of dynamic memory [2]. The first aspect guarantees that untyped, potentially dangerous operations are caught by the compiler or by run-time checks. The second issue is solved by the utilisation of an automatic memory reclamation scheme, i.e. a garbage collector. In this paper we argue that the careful choice of the programming language, along with an automatic memory reclamation scheme can optimise memory usage, while ensuring that many of the logical errors related to memory can be avoided.
Roberto Brega, Gabrio Rivera
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where WIESS
Authors Roberto Brega, Gabrio Rivera
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