with a chapter on Distributed Garbage Collection by Rafael Lins
John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, ISBN 0-471-94148-4
403 pages, hardback
Those reviews of the book that I know of are listed below.
- James Gosling's Recommended Reading
"For many people, Java is the first language they've used with automatic
garbage collection. While it may seem like new technology, it's actually
been around for a very long time and is a well studied field. This book
is a good tour through all the gritty details of many GC algorithms and
covers the tradeoffs that distinguish them."
- Journal of Functional Programming, 7(2), pp. 227-229, March 1997, CUP
- Review by Andrew Appel
- Dr Dobb's Journal, September 1997
- Review by Gregory V. Wilson
- Computing Reviews, September 1997, 9709-0653, pp.423-424.
- CVu, 8(6), September 1996
- Journal of the Association of C and C++ Users
- Lavoisier Management Nouveautes, 42, May 1996
- Slashdot, March 1999
- Review by A.M. Kuchling and others