Region-based memory management for Prolog
Region-based memory management was invented by Tofte and Talpin
in the mid-1990's as an alternative to garbage collection for
functional programming languages. It provides machine-cheked
memory safety without the run-time overhead of maintining root
sets and tracing data structures.
This talk introduces the basic ideas and techniques in region-based
memory management. We then describe how the ideas can be adapted
to work with Prolog, and show empirical results from a simple
Paper: H. Makholm: A region-based memory manager for Prolog,
proc. ISMM 2000, SIGPLAN Notices 36(3):25-34.
Place: Information technology, Uppsala University
Time: 15.15-16.00 (+ discussions)
Room 1113 is in building 1, floor 1, room 13
(in the southern part of the building).
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There will be an extended period for discussions after the seminar.
Speakers are encouraged to give an short (5 min) introduction to the subject at the begining of the talk.
Listeners are excused if they have to leave after 16.00.
Everyone is welcome !
Updated 13-Mar-2001 08:41 by Roland Grönroos
e-mail: info -at- astec.uu.se