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December 6, 2004

interesting OSDI 04 papers

Filed under: Uncategorized — Muli Ben-Yehuda @ 5:05 PM

Here are links to some of the more interesting papers from OSDI ’04, in my entirely prejudiced opinion:

Recovering Device Drivers, Michael M. Swift, Muthukaruppan Annamalai, Brian N. Bershad, and Henry M. Levy, University of Washington
Unmodified Device Driver Reuse and Improved System Dependability via Virtual Machines, Joshua LeVasseur, Volkmar Uhlig, Jan Stoess, and Stefan Gotz, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Configuration Debugging as Search: Finding the Needle in the Haystack, Andrew Whitaker, Richard S. Cox, and Steven D. Gribble
Boxwood: Abstractions as the Foundation for Storage Infrastructure, John MacCormick, Nick Murphy, Marc Najork, Chandramohan A. Thekkath, and Lidong Zhou, Microsoft Research Silicon Valley
MapReduce: Simplified Data Processing on Large Clusters, Jeffrey Dean and Sanjay Ghemawat, Google, Inc.
Using Model Checking to Find Serious File System Errors, Junfeng Yang, Paul Twohey, and Dawson Engler, Stanford University; Madanlal Musuvathi, Microsoft Research
ksniffer: Determining the Remote Client Perceived Response Time from Live Packet Streams, David P. Olshefski, Columbia University and IBM T.J. Watson Research; Jason Nieh, Columbia University; Erich Nahum, IBM T.J. Watson Research
Life or Death at Block-Level, Muthian Sivathanu, Lakshmi N. Bairavasundaram, Andrea C. Arpaci-Dusseau, and Remzi H. Arpaci-Dusseau, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Program-Counter-Based Pattern Classification in Buffer Caching, Chris Gniady, Ali R. Butt, and Y. Charlie Hu, Purdue University

1 Comment »

  1. Hey, thanks for the links dude.

    Comment by ideawerkz — December 6, 2004 @ 5:43 PM | Reply

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