Henry G. Baker
Wed, 14 May 1997 10:09:16 -0700 (PDT)

> When I was implementing MIT-Scheme for the 8086, I 
> decided to use the SP register as the allocation frontier,
> and the BP register to point to the current environment.
> Henry Baker apparently came up with this at around the
> same time with his  ``Cheney on the MTA'' paper that
> introduces ``treadmill GC''.

> 			~jrm

I'm confused.  Cheney on the MTA is a way to map continuations onto C.
Treadmill GC is a way to do RT GC without motion sickness.

Henry Baker
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