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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
64-bit address spaces come at the price of pointers requiring twice as much memory as 32-bit address spaces, resulting in increased memory usage. Increased memory usage is especially of concern on machines that are heavily loaded with memory-intensive applications; overall system performance can quickly deteriorate once physical memory is exhausted. This paper reduces the memory usage of 64-bit pointers in the context of Java virtual machines through pointer compression, called Object-Relativedoi:10.1007/978-3-540-73589-2_5 fatcat:ux77p3573ve5jf27a6aisqmm6i