garbage collection

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  • Even when all cells have been used, garbage collection may yield additional free memory.
  • They provide not only roads but other municipal services, such as garbage collection and security.
  • Cities can trade resources or share public services with their neighbors like garbage collection or health care.
  • Typed assembly languages usually include a high-level memory management system based on garbage collection.
  • Generally speaking, higher-level programming languages are more likely to have garbage collection as a standard feature.
  • The only thing provided by the community is garbage collection.
  • In some cases, programs that use garbage collection instead of directly managing memory may run faster.
  • Any garbage collection of data that would not have otherwise required moving will increase write amplification.
  • Stop-the-world garbage collection is therefore mainly suitable for non-interactive programs.
  • This usually includes all single-family homes and townhouse units receiving garbage collection.
  • This technique gives excellent performance, although after running for some time a full garbage collection can occur, taking considerable time.
  • However, the destruction throughout the region was so extensive that garbage collection was not fully restored for many weeks.
  • Public services may include schools; building, street, and park maintenance; garbage collection and transportation.
  • That same year he instituted state-run garbage collection (a novel idea at the time).
  • This is most commonly implemented using some form of garbage collection.
  • While garbage collection is generally nondeterministic, it is possible to use it in hard real-time systems.
  • Unlike in typical garbage collection systems, there is no need to tag data with its type.
  • Garbage collection would cease and crime would have increased without the presence of park rangers.
  • This form of garbage collection has been studied in the Mercury programming language.
  • Garbage collection, for instance, runs throughout the lifetime of the application's run.
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