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DAPSYS
2004
Springer
13 years 3 months ago
Analysis of the Multi-Phase Copying Garbage Collection Algorithm
The multi-phase copying garbage collection was designed to avoid the need for large amount of reserved memory usually required for the copying types of garbage collection algorithm...
Norbert Podhorszki
SIGMETRICS
2004
ACM
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13 years 3 months ago
Myths and realities: the performance impact of garbage collection
This paper explores and quanti´Čües garbage collection behavior for three whole heap collectors and generational counterparts: copying semi-space, mark-sweep, and reference counti...
Stephen M. Blackburn, Perry Cheng, Kathryn S. McKi...
IWMM
1998
Springer
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13 years 1 months ago
Comparing Mostly-Copying and Mark-Sweep Conservative Collection
Many high-level language compilers generate C code and then invoke a C compiler for code generation. To date, most of these compilers link the resulting code against a conservativ...
Frederick Smith, J. Gregory Morrisett
IWMM
1992
Springer
138views Hardware» more  IWMM 1992»
13 years 1 months ago
Incremental Collection of Mature Objects
Abstract. We present a garbage collection algorithm that extends generational scavenging to collect large older generations (mature objects) non-disruptively. The algorithm's ...
Richard L. Hudson, J. Eliot B. Moss
OOPSLA
2004
Springer
13 years 3 months ago
The garbage collection advantage: improving program locality
As improvements in processor speed continue to outpace improvements in cache and memory speed, poor locality increasingly degrades performance. Because copying garbage collectors ...
Xianglong Huang, Stephen M. Blackburn, Kathryn S. ...
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