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Microsoft Research’s manual memory management for .NET: exactly one owner which provides shields for accessing the objects

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/08/01

A very interesting piece of research, in which I see a very familiar concept of single owners and I new concept of them providing shields for accessing the manually managed memory. I do miss mentions of Anders Hejlsberg, Chuck (Charles) Jazdzewski, or others that lay the foundation of ownership in the [WayBackTComponent Branch.

Microsoft Research’s manual memory management for .NET: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/snowflake-extended.pdf

Interesting concept of manual but safe memory management with exactly one owner of an object at any given moment and shields that prevent an object’s destruction while it’s still in use by other threads.

Source: [WayBackChristopher Wosinski – Google+

–jeroen

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