Tracing garbage collection
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Programmers are turning to radical architectures such as reconfigurable hardware (FPGAs) to achieve performance. But such systems… Expand With the ability to move virtual machines between physical hosts, live migration is a core feature of virtualisation. However for… Expand Garbage collection can be done in vector mode on supercomputers like the CRAY-2 and the Cyber 205. Both copying collection and… Expand The deployment of Java as a concurrent programming language has created a critical need for high-performance, concurrent, and… Expand We describe a system that supports source-level integration of ML-like functional language code with ANSI C or Ada83 code. The… Expand We describe and prove the correctness of a new concurrent mark-and-sweep garbage collection algorithm. This algorithm derives… Expand It is shown that the termination detection problem for distributed computations can be modeled as an instance of the garbage… Expand Distributed symbolic computations involve the existence of remote references allowing an object, local to a processor, to… Expand This paper describes the experience obtained from the conception and implementation of a system for garbage collection in the… Expand Stop-and-copy garbage collection has been preferred to mark-and-sweep collection in the last decade because its collection time… Expand