Scheduling Garbage Collection in Embedded Systems

  title={Scheduling Garbage Collection in Embedded Systems},
  author={Roger Henriksson},
The complexity of systems for automatic control and other safety-critical applications grows rapidly. Computer software represents an increasing part of the complexity. As larger systems are developed, we need to find scalable techniques to manage the complexity in order to guarantee high product quality. Memory management is a key quality factor for these systems. Automatic memory management, or garbage collection, is a technique that significantly reduces the complex problem of correct memory… CONTINUE READING
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