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Proving the correctness of a concurrent garbage collector

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Concurrent garbage collectors (also called “on-the-fly” garbage collectors) were some of the earliest multiprocessor algorithms developed and checking their correctness was a considerable challenge. In this talk, I present the use of the Concurrent Separation Logic to deal with the problem and the lessons learned.

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