|A garbage collector for C/C++ (Hans Boehm)|
Hans boehm's page on the widely used boehm-demers-weiser conservative garbage collector for c/c++. the boehm-demers-weiser conservative garbage collector can be used as a garbage collecting replacement for c malloc or c++ new. it is also used by a number
|A Memory Allocator|
Article by doug lea about the design of his well-known " lea" memory allocator.
|ALI group at UMass|
Group at umass that includes the object systems laboratory , an active memory management research group.
Malloc replacement with debugging features.
|Garbage Collection & Memory Management Summer School|
20-21 july 2004 canterbury , uk.
A debug heap for *nix. captures buffer overwrites , memory leaks , stale pointers , most buffer underflows , and can provide statistics on block sizes.
|ISMM: The 2004 International Symposium on Memory Management|
Conference focused on research in management of dynamically allocated memory.
|OOPS Group Publications|
Papers from paul wilson's research group at the university of texas at austin.
|OOPSLA'97 GC and MM Workshop|
Contains links to the papers presented at the 1997 oopsla workshop on garbage collection and memory management.
|Parallel and Distributed Garbage Collectors|
A parallel and distributed extension of the bdw conservative collector.
|Richard Jones' Garbage Collection Page|
Richard jones wrote garbage collection: algorithms for automatic dynamic memory management" , the first english book concerned solely with garbage collection. garbage collection page has an faq , and a large bibliography.
|The 2006 International Symposium on Memory Management|
Conference focused on research in management of dynamically allocated memory. ottawa , canada.
|The GC-LIST FAQ|
A draft faq for the garbage collection mailing list. contains a list of algorithms and techniques , related jargon , language interfaces , and challenging problems such as threading , distributed objects , persistency , and " uncooperative environments&quo
|The Hoard Multiprocessor Memory Allocator|
Hoard is a fast , scalable and memory-efficient malloc-replacement for multithreaded applications on multiprocessors. widely-used , open-source.
|The Memory Management Reference|
A resource for programmers and computer scientists interested in memory management and garbage collection. includes a fairly comprehensive bibliography of influential authors and papers in the field. links to a glossary and a beginner's guide to the fiel