Using Lifetime Predictors to Improve Memory Allocation Performance (1993)

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by David A. Barrett , Benjamin G. Zorn
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206 Dynamic storage allocation: A survey and critical review – Paul R. Wilson, Mark S. Johnstone, Michael Neely, David Boles - 1995
79 The Measured Cost of Conservative Garbage Collection – Benjamin Zorn - 1993
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17 Garbage Collection using a Dynamic Threatening Boundary – David A. Barrett, Benjamin G. Zorn - 1995
74 Improving the Cache Locality of Memory Allocation – Dirk Grunwald, Benjamin Zorn, Robert Henderson - 1993
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48 Design and Implementation of Code Optimizations for a Type-Directed Compiler for Standard ML – David Tarditi - 1996
9 Incremental Mature Garbage Collection – Steffen Grarup, Jacob Seligmann - 1993
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