Alias burying: Unique variables without destructive reads

@article{Boyland2001AliasBU,
  title={Alias burying: Unique variables without destructive reads},
  author={John Tang Boyland},
  journal={Softw., Pract. Exper.},
  year={2001},
  volume={31},
  pages={533-553}
}
An unshared object can be accessed without regard to possibl e conflicts with other parts of a system, whether concurrent or single-threaded. Aunique variable (sometimes known as a ‘free’ or ‘linear’ variable) is one that either is null or else refers to an unshared object . Being able to declare and check which variables are unique improves a programmer’s ability to avoid program faults. In previously described uniqueness extensions to imperati ve languages, a unique variable can be accessed… CONTINUE READING
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