Measuring dynamic memory invocations in object-oriented programs

@inproceedings{Chang1999MeasuringDM,
  title={Measuring dynamic memory invocations in object-oriented programs},
  author={M. Chang and Woo Hyong Lee and Yusuf Hasan},
  booktitle={IPCCC},
  year={1999}
}
Dynamic memory management has been a high cost component in many software system. Studies have shown that memory intensive C programs can consume up to 30% of the program runtime in memory allocation and liberation. The OOP language system tends to perform object creation and deletion prolifically. An empirical study shown that C++ programs can have ten… CONTINUE READING