Free-Me: A Static Analysis for Automatic Individual Object Reclamation
Garbage collection has proven benefits, including fewer memory-related errors and reduced programmer effort. Garbage collection, however, trades space for time. It reclaims memory only when it is invoked: invoking it more frequently reclaims memory quickly, but incurs a significant cost; invoking it less frequently fills memory with dead objects. In contrast, explicit memory management provides prompt low cost reclamation, but at the expense of programmer effort. This work comes closer to the...[Show more]
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