Garbage collection in a large Lisp system (1984)

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by David A. Moon
Venue:In Conference Record of the 1984 ACM Symposium on LISP and Functional Programming
Citations:143 - 0 self

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4 Reducing the Latency of a Real-time Garbage Collector – Ralph E. Johnson - 1992
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73 Scheduling Garbage Collection in Embedded Systems – Roger Henriksson - 1998
435 Uniprocessor Garbage Collection Techniques – Paul R. Wilson
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Quantifying and Improving the Performance of Garbage Collection – Matthew Hertz - 2006
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3 The Impact Of Programming Style On The Performance Of Scheme Programs – Lars Thomas Hansen, Dr. William, D. Clinger - 1992
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Taking Off the Gloves with Reference Counting Immix – Rifat Shahriyar, Stephen M. Blackburn, Xi Yang, Kathryn S. Mckinley
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Portable, Mostly-Concurrent, Mostly-Copying Garbage Collection for Multi-Processors – Antony L Hosking