C--: A Portable Assembly Language That Supports Garbage Collection (1999)

by Simon Peyton Jones , Norman Ramsey , Fermin Reig
Venue:IN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF DECLARATIVE PROGRAMMING
Citations:67 - 23 self

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3 Machine-Independent Support for Garbage Collection, Debugging, Exception Handling, and Concurrency – Simon Peyton Jones, Norman Ramsey - 1998
16 C-: A Portable Assembly Language – Simon Peyton Jones, Thomas Nordin, Dino Oliva
18 Compiling Standard ML For Efficient Execution On Modern Machines – Zhong Shao - 1994
Type- and Flow-Directed Compilation for Specialized Data Representations – Allyn Dimock - 2002
29 An Empirical and Analytic Study of Stack vs. Heap Cost for Languages with Closures – Andrew W. Appel, Zhong Shao - 1993
65 From ML to Ada: Strongly-typed Language Interoperability via Source Translation – Andrew Tolmach, Dino P. Oliva - 1993
26 Precision in Practice: A Type-Preserving Java Compiler – Christopher League, Zhong Shao, Valery Trifonov - 2003
26 Comparing Mostly-Copying and Mark-Sweep Conservative Collection – Frederick Smith, Greg Morrisett - 1998
49 Single Intermediate Language That Supports Multiple Implementations of Exceptions – Norman Ramsey, Simon Peyton Jones - 2000
9 On the Type Accuracy of Garbage Collection – Martin Hirzel, Amer Diwan - 2000
9 Program Representation Size in an Intermediate Language with Intersection and Union Types – Allyn Dimock, Ian Westmacott, Robert Muller, Franklyn Turbak, J. B. Wells, Jeffrey Considine - 2000
1 Design Principles for Machine-Description Languages – Norman Ramsey, Jack W. Davidson, Mary F. Fernandez
11 A Retargetable, Optimizing Linker – Maria F. Fernández - 1996
Specifying Instructions ’ Semantics Using λ-RTL (Interim Report) – Norman Ramsey, Jack W. Davidson
9 Extensible virtual machines – Timothy L. Harris - 2001
Languages, Performance – Maximilian C. Bolingbroke, Simon L. Peyton Jones
2 Types are Calling Conventions – Maximilian C. Bolingbroke, Simon L. Peyton Jones - 2009
1 Generational copying garbage collection for Standard ML: a quantitative study – Darko Stefanovic - 1993
6 Mostly-Copying Collection: A Viable Alternative to Conservative Mark-Sweep – Frederick Smith, Greg Morrisett - 1997