Memory management: Fast Efficient Fixed-Sized Memory PoolsSpeaker: Benjamin Kenwright – Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Topic(s): Computational Theory, Algorithms and Mathematics
This lecture discusses the importance of memory in the context of performance. We examine and present a ready-to-use, robust, and computationally fast fixed-size memory pool manager with no-loops and no-memory overhead that is highly suited towards time-critical systems such as video games. The algorithm achieves this by exploiting the unused memory slots for book-keeping in combination with a trouble-free indexing scheme. We explain how it works in amalgamation with straightforward step-by-step examples. Furthermore, we compare just how much faster the memory pool manager is when compared with a system allocator (e.g., malloc) over a range of allocations and sizes.
About this LectureNumber of Slides: 31
Duration: 60 minutes
Languages Available: English
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