The database can be searched online or downloaded as BibTeX, PostScript, or PDF. E-book This edition enhances the print version with copious clickable links to algorithms, figures, original papers and definitions of technical terms.
Author: Richard Jones
Publisher: CRC Press
Published in 1996, Richard Jones’s Garbage Collection was a milestone in the area of automatic memory management. The field has grown considerably since then, sparking a need for an updated look at the latest state-of-the-art developments. The Garbage Collection Handbook: The Art of Automatic Memory Management brings together a wealth of knowledge gathered by automatic memory management researchers and developers over the past fifty years. The authors compare the most important approaches and state-of-the-art techniques in a single, accessible framework. The book addresses new challenges to garbage collection made by recent advances in hardware and software. It explores the consequences of these changes for designers and implementers of high performance garbage collectors. Along with simple and traditional algorithms, the book covers parallel, incremental, concurrent, and real-time garbage collection. Algorithms and concepts are often described with pseudocode and illustrations. The nearly universal adoption of garbage collection by modern programming languages makes a thorough understanding of this topic essential for any programmer. This authoritative handbook gives expert insight on how different collectors work as well as the various issues currently facing garbage collectors. Armed with this knowledge, programmers can confidently select and configure the many choices of garbage collectors. Web Resource The book’s online bibliographic database at www.gchandbook.org includes over 2,500 garbage collection-related publications. Continually updated, it contains abstracts for some entries and URLs or DOIs for most of the electronically available ones. The database can be searched online or downloaded as BibTeX, PostScript, or PDF. E-book This edition enhances the print version with copious clickable links to algorithms, figures, original papers and definitions of technical terms. In addition, each index entry links back to where it was mentioned in the text, and each entry in the bibliography includes links back to where it was cited.
Explain the role of forwarding and backward pointers in pointer tables stored in generational garbage collection. 16. Explain the Baker's improvement in ... The Garbage Collection Handbook. Chapman Hall/ CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group ...
Author: Arvind Kumar Bansal
Publisher: CRC Press
In programming courses, using the different syntax of multiple languages, such as C++, Java, PHP, and Python, for the same abstraction often confuses students new to computer science. Introduction to Programming Languages separates programming language concepts from the restraints of multiple language syntax by discussing the concepts at an abstract level. Designed for a one-semester undergraduate course, this classroom-tested book teaches the principles of programming language design and implementation. It presents: Common features of programming languages at an abstract level rather than a comparative level The implementation model and behavior of programming paradigms at abstract levels so that students understand the power and limitations of programming paradigms Language constructs at a paradigm level A holistic view of programming language design and behavior To make the book self-contained, the author introduces the necessary concepts of data structures and discrete structures from the perspective of programming language theory. The text covers classical topics, such as syntax and semantics, imperative programming, program structures, information exchange between subprograms, object-oriented programming, logic programming, and functional programming. It also explores newer topics, including dependency analysis, communicating sequential processes, concurrent programming constructs, web and multimedia programming, event-based programming, agent-based programming, synchronous languages, high-productivity programming on massive parallel computers, models for mobile computing, and much more. Along with problems and further reading in each chapter, the book includes in-depth examples and case studies using various languages that help students understand syntax in practical contexts.
There's a vast amount of information available on the topic of garbage collection. ... 1996) and Jones, Hosking, and Moss's, The Garbage Collection Handbook: The Art of Automatic Memory Management (CRC Press, 2012). summary This chapter ...
Author: Pat Shaughnessy
Publisher: No Starch Press
"An under-the-hood look at how the Ruby programming language runs code. Extensively illustrated with complete explanations and hands-on experiments. Covers Ruby 2.x"--
If you want to explore other GC algorithms, The Garbage Collection Handbook (Jones, et al.) is the canonical reference. For a large book on such a deep, narrow topic, it is quite enjoyable to read. Or perhaps I have a strange idea of ...
Author: Robert Nystrom
Publisher: Genever Benning
Despite using them every day, most software engineers know little about how programming languages are designed and implemented. For many, their only experience with that corner of computer science was a terrifying "compilers" class that they suffered through in undergrad and tried to blot from their memory as soon as they had scribbled their last NFA to DFA conversion on the final exam. That fearsome reputation belies a field that is rich with useful techniques and not so difficult as some of its practitioners might have you believe. A better understanding of how programming languages are built will make you a stronger software engineer and teach you concepts and data structures you'll use the rest of your coding days. You might even have fun. This book teaches you everything you need to know to implement a full-featured, efficient scripting language. You'll learn both high-level concepts around parsing and semantics and gritty details like bytecode representation and garbage collection. Your brain will light up with new ideas, and your hands will get dirty and calloused. Starting from main(), you will build a language that features rich syntax, dynamic typing, garbage collection, lexical scope, first-class functions, closures, classes, and inheritance. All packed into a few thousand lines of clean, fast code that you thoroughly understand because you wrote each one yourself.
In this paper, we now provide a comprehensive and automatic approach to garbage collection. The modeler specifies the ... Jones, R.E., Hosking, A.L., Moss, J.E.B.: The Garbage Collection Handbook: The Art of Automatic Memory Management.
Author: Helmut Simonis
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book constitutes the proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming, CP 2020, held in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, in September 2020. The conference was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 55 full papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 122 submissions. They deal with all aspects of computing with constraints including theory, algorithms, environments, languages, models, systems, and applications such as decision making, resource allocation, scheduling, configuration, and planning. The papers were organized according to the following topics/tracks: technical track; application track; and CP and data science and machine learning.
In: 2011 International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Informatics (ICEEI), pp. 1–6. IEEE (2011) Jones, R., Hosking, A., Moss, J.E.B.: The Garbage Collection Handbook: The Art of Automatic Memory Management, 1st edn.
Author: Hervé Panetto
This double volumes LNCS 10573-10574 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Confederated International Conferences: Cooperative Information Systems, CoopIS 2017, Ontologies, Databases, and Applications of Semantics, ODBASE 2017, and Cloud and Trusted Computing, C&TC, held as part of OTM 2017 in October 2017 in Rhodes, Greece. The 61 full papers presented together with 19 short papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 180 submissions. The OTM program every year covers data and Web semantics, distributed objects, Web services, databases, information systems, enterprise workflow and collaboration, ubiquity, interoperability, mobility, grid and high-performance computing.
In: ACM International Symposium on Memory Management, ISMM (1998) Jones, R., Hosking, A., Moss, E.: The Garbage Collection Handbook: The Art of Automatic Memory Management. Chapman & Hall/CRC, London (2011) Jost, S., Hammond, K., Loidl, ...
Author: Ekaterina Komendantskaya
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 22nd International Symposium on Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages, PADL 2020, held in New Orleans, USA, in January 2020. The 10 full and 4 short papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 24 submissions. The papers present original work emphasizing novel applications and implementation techniques for all forms of declarative concepts, including programming with sets, functions, logic, and constraints. The papers are organized in the following topical headings: logical engines and applications; answer set programming systems; memory and real-time in functional programming; reasoning and efficient implementation; and small languages and implementation.
The Java Garbage Collection Mini-book provides a concise, accessible guide for Java architects and senior developers who want to understand what garbage collection is, how it works, and how it impacts the execution of their programs.
Author: Charles Humble
The Java Garbage Collection Mini-book provides a concise, accessible guide for Java architects and senior developers who want to understand what garbage collection is, how it works, and how it impacts the execution of their programs. This book dives right into the details. Starting with an examination of the Java heap and pointers, safe-points, and generational collection, the book then explores each collector in turn, describing its memory structure, the basics of the algorithm, and its performance characteristics. The collectors covered are: 1. Serial, Parallel, CMS and G1 from the OpenJDK distributions 2. Balanced and Metronome from IBM 3. C4 from Azul Systems 4. Red Hat's forthcoming Shenandoah Later sections look at tuning, logging, and some programming techniques to produce less garbage.
Too close means too much lac- Before the fossil collector begins the acquer : too bad for the fossil ! ... or Experiment with new products on old she should first consult the relevant literature pieces of fossil from the garbage bin .
Author: Gerhard Lichter
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated
Describes methods for locating, extracting, and preparing fossils and discusses appropriate tools and materials