19th ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles


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  1. High-Level Optimizations for Low-level Software. John Regehr, University of Utah
  2. Vortex: An Event-Based Operating System. Aage Kvalnes, University of Tromso
  3. Performance Guarantees in Distributed Heterogeneous Storage Systems. Magnus Karlsson, HP Labs
  4. An Open Peer-to-Peer Infrastructure for Cycle-Sharing. Ali Raza Butt, Purdue University
  5. Elders Know Best: Lifespan-based Ideas in P2P Systems. Yi Qiao and Fabian Bustamante, Northwestern University
  6. Architecture-Neutral Operating System Components. Daniel Lohmann, Friedrich-Alexander Univsersity
  7. MACEDON: Methodology for Automatically Creating, Evaluating and Designing Overlay Networks. Adolfo Rodriguez, Duke University
  8. Distributed Home Agent for Robust Mobile Access (DHARMA). Yun Mao, University of Pennsylvania
  9. MFS: A Network-Aware Mobile File System. Benjamin Atkin, Cornell University
  10. Transparent File Replication using the Mirage NFS Router. Scott Baker, University of Arizona
  11. Improving Storage System Availability with D-GRAID. Muthian Sivathanu, University of Wisconsin
  12. Sandboxing Mobile Code from Outside the OS. Yougang Song, UC Riverside
  13. Beyond SYNFloods: Guarding Web Server Resources from DDoS Attacks. Srikanth Kandula, MIT
  14. Making the “Box” Transparent: System Call Performance as a First-class Result. Yaoping Ruan, Princeton University
  15. Ad-Hoc Networking at Layer 2.5. Richard Draves, Microsoft Research
  16. Conquest: Combining Battery-Backed RAM and Threshold-Based Storage Scheme to Conserve Power. RuGang Xu, UCLA
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