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A systematic approach to garbage collection for real-time systems

  title={A systematic approach to garbage collection for real-time systems},
  author={C. Hauser and W. Fu},
  • C. Hauser, W. Fu
  • Published 2007
  • Computer Science
  • Garbage collection (GC) is becoming increasingly prevalent within the programming landscape. The use of garbage collection in real-time systems has also gained increasing attention given the major advantages in productivity and safety. Unfortunately, the progress in GC for mainstream applications and languages does not solve the problems of memory management for embedded real-time systems. The fundamental problem is that conventional GC techniques do not provide the timing and memory use… CONTINUE READING


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