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|Title:||A SURVEY OF MEMORY MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES FOR LISP ON SMALL MACHINES|
|Authors:||Ginter, Andrew F.|
|Abstract:||This paper surveys the field of memory management techniques suitable for use in the LISP language and identifies those techniques most suited to LISP in the context of small, real memory workstations using stock CPU's. The best performing techniques include pointer reversal, phantom stacks, CDR-encoding and a hybrid incrementally compacting collector.|
|Appears in Collections:||Technical Reports|
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