SOSP 2007 Poster Session

Tuesday, October 16, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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The following is the list of posters that have been accepted to SOSP 2007.

  • Achieving Predictable Timing and Fairness through Cooperative Polling (With demo)
    Anirban Sinha, Charles Krasic, Ashvin Goel

  • Trading of Quality and Performance in Decoding H.264 Video (With demo)
    Michael Roitzsch and Martin Pohlack

  • Pixie: An Operating System for Resource-Aware Programming of Embedded Sensors (With demo)
    Konrad Lorincz, Borrong Chen, Jason Waterman, Geoff Mainland, and Matt Welsh

  • Reliable Cache Coherence Protocol Design using Omega: a language with an advanced type system (With demo)
    Ahn, Ki Yung

  • Specification-based Runtime Kernel Data Structure Monitoring (With demo)
    Lei Sun, Hiroo Ishikawa, Tatsuo Nakajima

  • Characterizing Proprietary Workload to Evaluate, Replay and Predict System Behavior (With demo)
    Archana Ganapathi, Armando Fox, David Patterson

  • SideStep - Scalable Detouring by Reusing CDN Measurements (With demo)
    David Choffnes and Fabian E. Bustamante

  • Secure Distributed Computing Platform for Enterprise Service Applications (With demo)
    Winnie Cheng, Barbara Liskov, Liuba Shrira, Jun Li, Alan H Karp

  • Mobile Proactive Secret Sharing
    David Schultz, Barbara Liskov, and Moses Liskov

  • Building A Spam-Aware High Performance Mail Server
    Abhinav Pathak, Ali Jafri, Y. Charlie Hu

  • Preserving Personal Digital Artifacts with Foundation (With demo)
    Sean Rhea, Alex Pesterev, Russ Cox

  • Making Replication Simple with Ursa (With demo)
    N. Belarmani, M. Dahlin, A. Nayate, J. Zheng

  • ONet: Exposing Memory as the Basis for Network Communication
    Charles Killian, James W. Anderson, Ranjit Jhala, and Amin Vahdat

  • Moara: A Querying System for Large Distributed Infrastructures (With demo)
    Steven Y. Ko, Praveen Yalagandula, Indranil Gupta, Vanish Talwar, Dejan Milojicic, Subu Iyer

  • Contemporary Operating Systems are not ready for Peer Computing: Peer systems should be treated as second class citizens
    Surendar Chandra

  • SatelliteLab: Adding Heterogeneity to Planetary-Scale Testbeds
    Andreas Haeberlen, Marcel Dischinger, Ivan Beschastnikh, Krishna Gummadi

  • COPSE: Toward Concurrent Opportunistic Sensor Environments
    Eduardo Cuervo, Peter Gilbert, Romit Roy Choudhury and Landon P. Cox

  • Dynamic Sandboxes: Quarantining untrusted entities using Mandatory Access Controls (With demo)
    Manigandan Radhakrishnan and Jon A. Solworth

  • Consolidate2 (Con2): Join and Strengthen Information Across Different Administrative Domains
    Tudor Marian, Ken Birman, Robbert van Renesse

  • The Building Blocks of Consensus
    Yee Jiun Song, Robbert van Renesse

  • UIA: Reinventing the Internet for Mobile Personal Devices (With demo)
    Bryan Ford, Jacob Strauss, Chris Lesniewski-Laas, Robert Morris, Frans Kaashoek

  • A File System Query Language (With demo)
    Sasha Ames, Carlos Maltzahn, and Ethan Miller

  • Auto-Parallelization for Declarative Network Monitoring
    Robert Soule, Robert Grimm, Petros Maniatis

  • HAL: Towards Operator-Proof Systems Management
    Fabio Oliveira, Ricardo Bianchini, Richard P. Martin, Thu D. Nguyen