[gclist] International Symposium on Memory Management 1998: don't miss!

Simon L Peyton Jones simonpj@dcs.gla.ac.uk
Mon, 03 Aug 98 09:50:48 +0100

Dear colleague

We'd like to invite you to join us at the International Symposium on
Memory Management 1998, immediately preceding OOPSLA in Vacouver,
17-19 October 1998.

If you read the GC mailing list you should be interested in this meeting!=

As well as the formal programme there will be several informal
sessions, led (we hope) by you.

Details below.

			Simon Peyton Jones, General Chair
			Richard Jones, Program Chair

  	      Call for participation

   International Symposium on Memory Management 1998

	Sat 17th - Mon 19th October 1998, Vancouver

		Sponsored by ACM SIGPLAN
		Co-located with OOPSLA

		Full details at:


The International Symposium on Memory Management is a forum for
research in memory management, especially garbage collection and
dynamic storage allocators. Areas of interest include but are not
limited to: garbage collection, dynamic storage allocation, storage
managemeent implementation techniques and their interactions with
language and OS implementation, and empirical studies of programs'
memory allocation and referencing behavior.

Accepted papers
A Compacting Incremental Collector and its Performance in a Production
Quality Compiler, Martin Larose and Marc Feeley, Universit=E9 de

Combining Card Marking with Remembered Sets: How to Save Scanning
Time, Alain Azagury, Eliot Kolodner, Erez Petrank and Zvi Yehudai, IBM
Haifa Research Laboratory

Barrier techniques for Incremental Tracing, Pekka P. Pirinen,

The Memory Fragmentation Problem: Solved?, Mark S. Johnstone and Paul
R.Wilson, University of Texas at Austin

Using Generational Garbage Collection to Implement Cache-Conscious
Data Placement, Trishul M. Chilimbi and James R. Larus, University of

One-bit Counts between Unique and Sticky, David J. Roth and David
S. Wise, Indiana University

Hierarchical Distributed Reference Counting, Luc Moreau, University of

Comparing Mostly-Copying and Mark-Sweep Conservative Collection,
Frederick Smith and Greg Morrisett, Cornell University

A Non-Fragmenting Non-Copying Garbage Collector, Gustavo
Rodriguez-Rivera, Michael Spertus and Charles Fiterman, Geodesic

Garbage Collection in Generic Libraries, Gor V. Nishanov and Sibylle
Schupp, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Memory Management for Prolog with Tabling, Bart Demoen and
Konstantinos Sagonas, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

The Bits Between the Lambdas - Binary Data in a Lazy Functional
Language, Malcolm Wallace and Colin Runciman, University of York

A Memory-Efficient Real-Time Non-Copying Garbage Collector, Tian
F. Lim, Prsemyslaw Pardyak and Brian N. Bershad, University of

Guaranteeing Non-Disruptiveness and Real-Time Deadlines in an
Incremental Garbage Collector, Fridtjof Siebert

A Study of Large Object Spaces, Michael W. Hicks, Luke Hornof,
Jonathan T. Moore and Scott M. Nettles, University of Pennsylvania

Portable Run-Time Type Description for Conventional Compilers, Sheetal
V. Kakkad, Mark S. Johnstone and Paul R. Wilson, University of Texas
at Austin and Somerset Design Center, Motorola Inc.

Compiler Support to Customize the Mark and Sweep Algorithm, Dominique
Colnet, Philippe Coucaud and Olivier Zendra, INRIA-CNRS-Universit=E9
Henri Poincar=E9

Very Concurrent Mark-&-Sweep Garbage Collection without Fine-Grain
Synchronization, Lorenz Huelsbergen and Phil Winterbottom, Bell

Memory Allocation for Long-Running Server Applications, Per-=C5ke Larson
and Murali Krishnan, Microsoft