the Garbage Collection Bibliography

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[qian02a] Yang Qian, Witawas Srisa-an, T. Skotiniotis, and J. Morris Chang. Java virtual machine timing probes - a study of object life span and GC. In 21st IEEE International Performance, Computing and Communications Conference (IPCCC), April 2002.

[qian02] Feng Qian and Laurie Hendren. An adaptive, region-based allocator for Java. In Boehm and Detlefs [ISMM02], 2002, pages 127-138. Sable Technical Report 2002-1 provides a longer version. Available here.

[quei89] Christian Queinnec, Barbara Beaudoing, and Jean-Pierre Queille. Mark DURING Sweep rather than Mark THEN Sweep. In Odijk et al. [PARLE89], 1989, pages 224-237. Available here.

[quei99] Christian Queinnec and Luc Moreau. Graceful disconnection. In Takayasu Ito and Taiichi Yuasa, editors, Parallel and Distributed Computing for Symbolic and Irregular Applications, PDCSIA'99, pages 242-252, Sendai, Japan, July 1999. World Scientific Publishing. Available here.

[quei88] Christian Queinnec. Dynamic extent objects. Lisp Pointers, 2(1), 1988. Available here.

[quei94] Christian Queinnec. Sharing mutable objects and controlling groups of tasks in a concurrent and distributed language. In Takayasu Ito and Akinori Yonezawa, editors, Workshop on Theory and Practice of Programming (TPPP), volume 700 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 70-93, Sendai, Japan, November 1994. Springer-Verlag.

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