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Proceedings of the 4th international workshop on Java technologies for real-time and embedded systems - JTRES '06
Garbage collection is traditionally not used in real-time systems due to the unpredictable temporal behavior of current implementations of a garbage collector. However, without garbage collection the programming model is very different from standard Java. It is the opinion of the authors that garbage collection algorithms can be adapted to meet even the requirements for hard real-time systems. One important property of a real-time garbage collector is to identify only the real roots on the rootdoi:10.1145/1167999.1168013 fatcat:mopcbwvpkbdtdj4j4yps7kjr5m