CONS Should not CONS its Arguments, or, a Lazy Alloc is a Smart Alloc (1992)

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by Henry G. Baker
Venue:ACM Sigplan Not
Citations:15 - 11 self

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435 Uniprocessor Garbage Collection Techniques – Paul R. Wilson
1 Semantic Analyses for Storage Management Optimizations in Functional Language Implementations – Young Gil Park, Benjamin Goldberg, Grace Sunjung, Jihwa Park - 1991
1 CONS Should Not CONS Its Arguments, Part II: Cheney on the M.T.A. – Henry G. Baker - 1994
Nimble Computer Corporation 1 – Cons Should Not
29 ReplicationBased Incremental Copying Collection – Scott Nettles, David Pierce - 1992
28 Non-Compacting Memory Allocation and Real-Time Garbage Collection – Mark S. Johnstone - 1996
14 Garbage Collection and Other Optimizations – David R. Chase - 1987
35 A Concurrent Copying Garbage Collector for Languages that Distinguish (Im)mutable Data – Lorenz Huelsbergen, James R. Larus - 1993
39 Barrier Methods for Garbage Collection – Benjamin Zorn - 1990
18 Compiling Standard ML For Efficient Execution On Modern Machines – Zhong Shao - 1994
26 Implementation strategies for first-class continuations – William D. Clinger, Anne H. Hartheimer, Eric M. Ost - 1999
105 Performance and Evaluation of Lisp Systems – Richard P. Gabriel - 1985
92 Lively Linear Lisp - 'Look Ma, No Garbage!' – Henry G. Baker - 1992
14 NREVERSAL of Fortune -- The Thermodynamics of Garbage Collection – Henry G. Baker - 1977
15 A unified theory of garbage collection – David F. Bacon, Perry Cheng, V. T. Rajan - 2004
3 Real-Time Replication GC: An Implementation Report – James O'Toole, Scott Nettles - 1993
38 Real-Time Replication Garbage Collection – Scott Nettles - 1993
85 The Treadmill: Real-Time Garbage Collection Without Motion Sickness – Henry G. Baker - 1992
Quantifying and Improving the Performance of Garbage Collection – Matthew Hertz - 2006