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Garbage Collection: Algorithms for Automatic

Garbage Collection: Algorithms for Automatic Dynamic Memory Management. Rafael D Lins, Richard Jones

Garbage Collection: Algorithms for Automatic Dynamic Memory Management


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Garbage Collection: Algorithms for Automatic Dynamic Memory Management Rafael D Lins, Richard Jones
Publisher: Wiley




Collection techniques from 1992. Then, follow up with the Jones and Lins book “Garbage Collection: Algorithms for Automatic Dynamic Memory Management”. The access of automatic variables is a very fast assisted by hardware, so there is no loss of efficiency there. Dynamic memory allocation (Java-style) is done with malloc / calloc / realloc in C. Good location in memory, and secondly preventing a degradation in layout when the RDS automatic solution in some languages is to use a 'layout-improving' garbage collector, aware RDSs and layout-improving garbage collectors. Thankfully, modern languages with automatic garbage collection avoid this problem (by pretending it doesn't exist). These are not garbage collected - you need to explicitly free every pointer that you allocated. It will give you the basic understanding and terminology on GC. There is no actual allocation or deallocation going on: the space in the automatic memory (AKA "on the stack") is allocated by some compile-time bookkeeping around the stack pointer. Automatic Dynamic Memory Management. This is usually referred to as garbage collection and is the type of memory management used in Java, C#, Python, Ruby, etc, etc.

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