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Region-based Memory Management

Region-based Memory Management

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. In computer science, region-based memory management is a type of memory management in which each allocated object is assigned to a region. A region, also called a zone, arena, or memory context, is a collection of allocated objects that can be efficiently deallocated all at once. Like stack allocation, regions facilitate allocation and deallocation of memory with low overhead; but they are more flexible, allowing objects to live longer than the activation record in which they were allocated. In typical implementations, all objects in a region are allocated in a single contiguous range of memory addresses.