David Ungar
David Ungar
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Self: The power of simplicity
D Ungar, RB Smith
Conference proceedings on Object-oriented programming systems, languages and …, 1987
16461987
Generation scavenging: A non-disruptive high performance storage reclamation algorithm
D Ungar
ACM Sigplan notices 19 (5), 157-167, 1984
9011984
Optimizing dynamically-typed object-oriented languages with polymorphic inline caches
U Hölzle, C Chambers, D Ungar
European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, 21-38, 1991
4691991
An efficient implementation of SELF a dynamically-typed object-oriented language based on prototypes
C Chambers, D Ungar, E Lee
ACM Sigplan Notices 24 (10), 49-70, 1989
4131989
Customization: Optimizing compiler technology for SELF, a dynamically-typed object-oriented programming language
C Chambers, D Ungar
ACM SIGPLAN Notices 24 (7), 146-160, 1989
3761989
Debugging optimized code with dynamic deoptimization
U Hölzle, C Chambers, D Ungar
Proceedings of the ACM SIGPLAN 1992 conference on Programming language …, 1992
3741992
Optimizing dynamically-dispatched calls with run-time type feedback
U Hölzle, D Ungar
Proceedings of the ACM SIGPLAN 1994 conference on Programming language …, 1994
3241994
Animation: from cartoons to the user interface
BW Chang, D Ungar
Proceedings of the 6th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and …, 1993
2881993
The design and evaluation of a high performance Smalltalk system
DM Ungar
CALIFORNIA UNIV BERKELEY GRADUATE DIV, 1986
2611986
Mirrors: design principles for meta-level facilities of object-oriented programming languages
G Bracha, D Ungar
ACM SIGPLAN Notices 39 (10), 331-344, 2004
2502004
Making pure object-oriented languages practical
C Chambers, D Ungar
Conference proceedings on Object-oriented programming systems, languages …, 1991
2351991
Adaptive optimization for SELF: reconciling high performance with exploratory programming
U Holzle, DM Ungar
Department of Computer Science, Stanford University, 1994
2321994
Organizing programs without classes
D Ungar, C Chambers, BW Chang, U Hölzle
Lisp and Symbolic Computation 4 (3), 223-242, 1991
1831991
Iterative type analysis and extended message splitting; optimizing dynamically-typed object-oriented programs
C Chambers, D Ungar
Proceedings of the ACM SIGPLAN 1990 conference on Programming language …, 1990
1831990
Architecture of SOAR: Smalltalk on a RISC
D Ungar, R Blau, P Foley, D Samples, D Patterson
Proceedings of the 11th annual international symposium on Computer …, 1984
1641984
Tenuring policies for generation-based storage reclamation
D Ungar, F Jackson
ACM SIGPLAN Notices 23 (11), 1-17, 1988
1491988
Reconciling responsiveness with performance in pure object-oriented languages
U Hölzle, D Ungar
ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (TOPLAS) 18 (4), 355-400, 1996
1371996
A shared view of sharing: the treaty of Orlando
LA Stein, H Lieberman, DM Ungar
Brown University, Department of Computer Science, 1988
1361988
Programming as an experience: The inspiration for self
RB Smith, D Ungar
European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, 303-330, 1995
1311995
A third-generation SELF implementation: reconciling responsiveness with performance
U Hölzle, D Ungar
Proceedings of the ninth annual conference on Object-oriented programming …, 1994
1301994
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