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Erlang vs Java memory architecture


I read a really, really interesting article on memory management strategies for the Erlang VM. It was written as a thesis by Jesper Wilhelmsson I thought it might be nice to discuss the differences between Erlang‘s memory setup and Oracle’s Java VM. As a real short introduction for those who have never heard of Erlang; it is a functional language ...

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Java Memory Model – Quick overview and things to notice


In computing, a Memory model describes how threads interact through memory, or more generally specify what assumptions the compiler is allowed to make when generating code for segmented memory or paged memory platforms. It essentially describes, given a program and an execution trace of that program, whether the execution trace is a legal execution of the program. The Java memory ...

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