Garbage-first garbage collection

@inproceedings{Detlefs2004GarbagefirstGC,
  title={Garbage-first garbage collection},
  author={David Detlefs and Christine H. Flood and Steve Heller and Tony Printezis},
  booktitle={ISMM},
  year={2004}
}
<i>Garbage-First</i> is a server-style garbage collector, targeted for multi-processors with large memories, that meets a soft real-time goal with high probability, while achieving high throughput. Whole-heap operations, such as global marking, are performed concurrently with mutation, to prevent interruptions proportional to heap or live-data size. Concurrent marking both provides collection "completeness" and identifies regions ripe for reclamation via compacting evacuation. This evacuation… CONTINUE READING

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