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Travelled to:
1 × France
1 × United Kingdom
2 × Canada
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
T.G.Moher M.S.Johnstone M.S.Lam S.V.Kakkad E.D.Berger K.S.McKinley R.D.Blumofe M.Neely D.Boles
Talks about:
garbag (5) collect (4) memori (3) improv (2) local (2) alloc (2) type (2) uniprocessor (1) opportunist (1) multithread (1)

Person: Paul R. Wilson

DBLP DBLP: Wilson:Paul_R=

Contributed to:

ASPLOS 20002000
ISMM 19981998
ISMM 19951995
IWMM 19921992
LFP 19921992
PLDI 19911991
OOPSLA 19891989
PLDI 19891989

Wrote 10 papers:

ASPLOS-2000-BergerMBW #memory management #named #parallel #scalability #thread
Hoard: A Scalable Memory Allocator for Multithreaded Applications (EDB, KSM, RDB, PRW), pp. 117–128.
ISMM-1998-JohnstoneW #memory management #problem #question
The Memory Fragmentation Problem: Solved? (MSJ, PRW), pp. 26–36.
ISMM-1998-KakkadJW #compilation #runtime
Portable Run-Time Type Description for Conventional Compilers (SVK, MSJ, PRW), pp. 146–153.
IWMM-1995-WilsonJNB #overview #perspective
Dynamic Storage Allocation: A Survey and Critical Review (PRW, MSJ, MN, DB), pp. 1–116.
IWMM-1992-LamWM #garbage collection #locality
Object Type Directed Garbage Collection To Improve Locality (MSL, PRW, TGM), pp. 404–425.
IWMM-1992-Wilson #garbage collection
Uniprocessor Garbage Collection Techniques (PRW), pp. 1–42.
LFP-1992-WilsonLM #garbage collection
Caching Considerations for Generational Garbage Collection (PRW, MSL, TGM), pp. 32–42.
PLDI-1991-WilsonLM #effectiveness #garbage collection #locality
Effective “Static-Graph” Reorganization to Improve Locality in Garbage-Collected Systems (PRW, MSL, TGM), pp. 177–191.
OOPSLA-1989-WilsonM #design #garbage collection
Design of the Opportunistic Garbage Collector (PRW, TGM), pp. 23–35.
PLDI-1989-WilsonM #process
Demonic Memories for Process Histories (PRW, TGM), pp. 330–343.

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