A real-time garbage collection framework for embedded systems

@inproceedings{Fu2005ARG,
  title={A real-time garbage collection framework for embedded systems},
  author={W. Fu and C. Hauser},
  booktitle={SCOPES '05},
  year={2005}
}
  • W. Fu, C. Hauser
  • Published in SCOPES '05 2005
  • Computer Science
  • Garbage collection is increasingly prevalent as part of the programming landscape, but its use in real-time embedded systems remains problematic. One approach is to separate the specification of the timing requirements of real-time tasks, the memory use behavior of the code that implements them, and the configuration of the memory management system to ensure that the tasks' real-time requirements are met. The Real Time Garbage Collector (RTGC) framework provides common language for describing a… CONTINUE READING
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