|Intros to scavenging GC firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-04-29)|
|Re: Intros to scavenging GC email@example.com (1991-04-30)|
|Re: Intros to scavenging GC firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-04-30)|
|Re: Intros to scavenging GC email@example.com (1991-05-01)|
|Re: Intros to scavenging GC firstname.lastname@example.org (Daniel Edelson) (1991-05-02)|
|From:||email@example.com (Niels Christian Juul)|
|Keywords:||C++, storage, ftp|
|Organization:||Department of Computer Science, U of Copenhagen|
|Date:||Wed, 1 May 91 09:30:26 GMT|
firstname.lastname@example.org (Brian R. Gilstrap) writes:
>So, I am hoping to get references to introductory articles on garbage
To which our moderator has added:
>[Daniel Ross Edelson (email@example.com) wrote a long paper, probably his
>thesis, on the topic of garbage collected C++. A postscript version can be
>FTPed from midgard.cs.edu:~ftp/pub/tr/ucsc-crl-91-19.ps.Z. It's fairly long,
>106 pages including all the source code. -John]
I want to add a few clarifications:
The ftp site is: midgard.ucsc.edu
The file is: /pub/tr/ucus-crl-90-19.ps.Z
or (without the code): /pub/tr/ucus-crl-90-19-nocode.ps.Z
So it's from 1990.
If you need more information on garbage collection, esp. as seen from
the object-oriented camp, I've collected a set of position papers from
last years Workshop on Garbage Collection in Object Oriented Systems.
These (including a short report on the workshop) is available for ftp from:
ftp.diku.dk: in /pub/GC90/*
(The site name is a nickname for host freja.diku.dk, our old beloved VAX 785,
which is not operational this week, so you have to wait a week or more.
If you can't get access after mid-May, mail me and I'll try a work-around.)
The papers were available earlier this year at midgard, but I think
they are removed now.
Niels Christian Juul Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
DIKU (aka Dept.Comp.Sci. Univ.Copenhagen) Phone: +45 31 39 64 66 ext. 405
Universitetsparken 1 -- DK 2100 Copenhagen Direct: +45 31 39 33 11 -- 405
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