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Ownership You Can Count On

@inproceedings{2006OwnershipYC,
  title={Ownership You Can Count On},
  author={},
  year={2006}
}
  • Published 2006
  • While many forms of memory management have been proposed, the only ones to achieve widespread adoption have been explicit deallocation and garbage collection. This leaves programmers requiring explicit control of memory behavior unable to obtain the software engineering and security benefits of programming in a safe language. We present a new approach to memory management called alias counting which combines type-based object ownership and run-time reference counting of references by non-owning… CONTINUE READING

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