Call for Participation, IWMM'95, Memory Management 
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 Call for Participation, IWMM'95, Memory Management

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The call for participation is now out for:

        1995 International Workshop on Memory Management (IWMM'95)

which is being held on the 27th, 28th & 29th of September 1995 at the
Windlestrae Hotel in Kinross, Scotland.

You will find a provisional programme and registration below.

Please check out the following URL for further information:

        http://www.*-*-*.com/ ~pd/IWMM/iwmm.html




The following programme is the current plan and is unlikely to vary

Wednesday 27th September

Late Morning: Introductory Session

Opening remarks (15 minutes)

Dynamic Storage Allocation: A Survey and Review

Paul R. Wilson, Mark S. Johnstone, Michael Neely and David Boles;
Dept. of Computer Sciences, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX,
USA (Invited talk 1-1.5 hr)


Early Afternoon: Static analysis & functional languages (2 hr)

Static analysis refuses to stay still: Prospects of static analyis for
dynamic allocation

Phil Wadler; Dept. of Computer Science, University of Glasgow,
Glasgow, Scotland, UK (Invited talk 1 hr)

Compile-Time Garbage Collection for Lazy Functional Languages

G.W. Hamilton; Dept. of Computer Science, Keele University, Keele,
Staffordshire, UK (.5 hour)

Generational Garbage Collection without Temporary Space Leaks for Lazy
Functional Languages

Niklas Rojemo; Chalmers University of Technology, Goteborg, Sweden (.5


Late Afternoon: GC Miscellany

Complementary Garbage Collector

Shogo Matsui, Yoshio Tanaka, Atsushi Maeda and Masakazu Nakanishi;
Kanagawa University, Hiratsuka, Japan, and Keio University, Yokohama,
Japan (.5 hr)

Performance Tuning in a Customizable Collector

Giuseppe Attardi, Tito Flagella and Pietro Iglio; Dipartimento di
Informatica, Universita di Pisa, Pisa, Italy (.5 hr)

MOA -- A Fast Sliding Compaction Scheme for a Large Storage Space

Mitsugu Suzuki, Hiroshi Koide and Motoaki Terashima; The University of
Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan (.5 hr)

Thursday 28th September

Early Morning: Distributed GC I (1.5 hr)

A Survey of Distributed Garbage Collection Techniques

David Plainfosse and Marc Shapiro; ILOG, Gentilly, France, and INRIA,
Le Chesnay, France (1 hr)

Garbage Collection on an Open Network

Matthew Fuchs; Concurrent Engineering Research Center, West {*filter*}ia
University, Morgantown, WV, USA (.5 hr)


Late Morning: Distributed GC II (1.5 hr)

Indirect Mark and Sweep: A Distributed GC

Jose M. Piquer; Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile (.5 hr)

On-the-fly Global Garbage Collection Based on Partly Mark-Sweep

Munenori Maeda, Hiroki Konaka, Yutaka Ishikawa, Takashi Tomokiyo,
Atsushi Hori, Jorg Nolte; Tsukuba Research Center, Real World
Computing Partnership, Tsukuba, Japan (.5 hr)

LEMMA: A Distributed Shared Memory with Global and Local Garbage

David C.J. Matthews and Thierry Le Sergent; Dept. of Computer Science,
University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, and Laboratoire
d'Analyse et d'Architecture des Systemes du Centre National de la
Recherche Scientifique, Toulouse, France (.5 hr)


Early Afternoon: Real-Time Systems (1.5 hr)

One Pass Real-Time Generational Mark-Sweep Garbage Collection

Joe Armstrong and Robert Virding; Computer Science Laboratory,
Ellemtel Telecommunications Systems Laboratories, Alvsjo, Sweden (.5

Garbage Collection for Control Systems

Boris Magnusson and Roger Henriksson; Dept. of Computer Science, Lund
University, Lund, Sweden (.5 hr)

A Garbage Collector for the Concurrent Real-Time Language Erlang

Robert Virding; Computer Science Laboratory, Ellemtel
Telecommunications Systems Laboratories, Alvsjo, Sweden (.5 hr)


Late Afternoon: Hardware (1.5 hr)

Progress in Hardware-Assisted Real-Time Garbage Collection

Kelvin Nilsen; Dept. of Computer Science, Iowa State University, Ames,
IA, USA (.5 hr)

A Miss History-based Architecture for Cache Prefetching

Vidyadhar Phalke and B. Gopinath; Dept. of Computer Science and
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Eng., Rutgers University, Piscataway,
NJ, USA (.5 hr)

Memory Management in Flash-Memory Disks with Data Compression

Morten Kjelso and Simon Jones; Dept. of Electronic & Electrical
Engineering, Loughborough University of Technology, Leicestershire,
England, UK (.5 hr)

Friday 29th September

Early Morning: Panel (1.5 hr)

Panel Discussion on GC Measurement & Evaluation Techniques

Members of the Program Committee (and associates)


Late Morning: (1 hr)

Additional Invited Talk

(to be confirmed) or

Presentations of late-breaking results and contentious remarks by


Early Afternoon: Open Session (1-1.5 hr)

Last-Minute Selection

Late-breaking results and contentious remarks by attendees, order and
nature of presentations to be determined on Thursday evening.

Late Afternoon

Closing Remarks (15 minutes)




You are encouraged to arrive on the evening of Tuesday 26th September
if possible, but the meeting will not formally begin until mid-morning
on Wednesday, to allow for late-comers.

Note that the registration fee includes all meals and three nights
hotel accommodation.

Please send registration forms to:

        Department of Computing Science
        University of Glasgow
        G12 8QQ

fax: +44 141 330 4913

Please mark faxes clearly for the attention of Peter{*filter*}man, IWMM'95

Email or faxed registration is preferred if at all possible.


Early Registration runs until September 10th 1995

Normal registration: 420 pounds
Student registration: 295 pounds

The registration fees includes all meals and three nights hotel

After 10th September there is a 40 pound surcharge on both categories.

Payment may be made by personal cheque drawn on a UK bank, made out to
IWMM'95, or by credit card (Visa or Mastercard only).

Accompanying Persons

Accompanying partners and families can also be accommodated, please

4913) detailing your requirements. There are only a limited number of
family rooms available at the hotel, which will be allocated on a
first-come first-served basis.

Partners who are not attending the workshop can be accommodated at the
student rate. You are asked to contact the local arrangements chair to
ensure that an appropriate additional social programme is provided for
your partner if at all possible. For example, some may simply wish to
use the leisure facilities, while others want to explore Edinburgh, St
Andrews, or the nearby Highlands.  We will endeavour to tailor the
social programme to suit their wishes, however this will very much
depend on the number of partners attending the meeting. If no
additional social events are required there will be a small discount
on the rate for accompanying persons.

Please also inform the local arrangements chair if you have special
needs, for example due to disability.

Registration Details






Organisation (for name badge):

Status: (student/academic/industry)
(students must send proof of status)

Dietary Requirements: (normal/vegetarian/other)

Will you be accompanied by non-attendees, e.g. partner or family?
(Yes/No) If yes, please give details.

Extra Nights

The registration fee includes three nights accommodation. By default
these will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights. If you would
prefer to stay from Wednesday to Friday nights inclusive, or to
arrange for additional nights accommodation (at 65 pounds each),
please ensure that the dates are given clearly below:

Arrival date (assumed Tuesday 26th)

Departure date (assumed Friday 29th)

Travel Assistance

We can assist in your travel arrangements in the Kinross area. For
example, a coach will be organised to bring attendees from
Edinburgh. The costs of such assistance are not included in your
registration fee but will be kept as low as possible. You will be
informed well in advance of the cost.

Arrival time:

Place of arrival (e.g. Edinburgh airport)

Departure time:

Place of departure:

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