Stack-based memory allocation
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Stack allocation of objects reduces the cost of object allocation and garbage collection and can thus lead to large reductions in… (More)
This paper presents an experimental study of the impact of soft errors in a prototype brake-by-wire system. To emulate the… (More)
Over the last seven years, we have developed static-analysis methods to recover a good approximation to the variables and… (More)
Stack allocation of objects offers more efficient use of cache memories on modern computers, but finding objects that can be… (More)
Programmers obfuscate their code to defeat manual or automated analysis. Obfuscations are often used to hide malicious behavior… (More)
This paper describes an assembly-language type system capable of ensuring memory safety in the presence of both heap and stack… (More)
- ACM Trans. Program. Lang. Syst.
This article presents an <i>escape analysis</i> framework for Java to determine (1) if an object is not reachable after its… (More)
A fast and scalable interprocedural escape analysis algorithm is presented. The analysis computes a description of a subset of… (More)
In previous work, we presented a Typed Assembly Language (TAL). TAL is sufficiently expressive to serve as a target language for… (More)
- LISP and Functional Programming
The Scheme dialect of Lisp  is properly tail-recuraiwit relies entirely on procedure calls to express iteration. In Scheme, a… (More)