A Less Dynamic Memory Allocation Scheme for Algol-like Languages

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The conventional storage allocation scheme for block structured languages requires the allocation of stack space and the building of a display with each procedure call. This paper describes a technique for analyzing the call graph of a program in a block structured language that makes it possible to eliminate these operations from many call sequences, even… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/800017.800540

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@inproceedings{Murtagh1984ALD, title={A Less Dynamic Memory Allocation Scheme for Algol-like Languages}, author={Thomas P. Murtagh}, booktitle={POPL}, year={1984} }