Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Paul R. Wilson
    Pages 1-42
  3. Saleh E. Abdullahi, Eliot E. Miranda, Graem A. Ringwood
    Pages 43-81
  4. Y. Bekkers, O. Ridoux, L. Ungaro
    Pages 82-102
  5. Niels Christian Juul, Eric Jul
    Pages 103-115
  6. Nalini Venkatasubramanian, Gul Agha, Carolyn Talcott
    Pages 134-147
  7. K. G. Langendoen, H. L. Muller, W. G. Vree
    Pages 165-178
  8. Brian C. Heck, David S. Wise
    Pages 248-263
  9. S. Duvvuru, R. Sundararajan, E. Tick, A. V. S. Sastry, L. Hansen, X. Zhong
    Pages 264-276
  10. Barry Hayes
    Pages 277-298
  11. Daniel R. Edelson
    Pages 299-314
  12. A. Dain Samples
    Pages 315-329

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This is the first book entirely dedicated to the problem of memory management in programming language implementation. Its originality stems from the diversity of languages and approaches presented: functional programming, logic programming, object oriented programming, and parallel and sequential programming. The book contains 29 selected and refereed papers including 3 survey papers, 4 on distributed systems, 4 on parallelism, 4 on functional languages, 3 on logic programming languages, 3 on object oriented languages, 3 on incremental garbage collection, 2 on improving locality, 2 on massively parallel architectures, and an invited paper on the thermodynamics of garbage collection. The book provides a snapshot of the latest research in the domain of memory management for high-level programming language implementations.


Data Storage Representation Datenspeicherungsverfahren Garbage Collection Implementierung von Programmiersprachen Memory Management Operating Systems Programming Language Implementation distributed systems management programming programming language

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