Customising Object Allocation

  title={Customising Object Allocation},
  author={Giuseppe Attardi and Tito Flagella},
Automatic garbage collection relieves programmers from the burden of managing memory themselves and several techniques have been developed that make garbage collection feasible in many situations , including real time applications or within traditional programming languages. However optimal performance cannot always be achieved by a uniform general purpose solution. Sometimes an algorithm exhibits a predictable pattern of memory usage that could be better handled speciically, delaying as much… CONTINUE READING


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