Computer Science 592
The goal of this seminar is to provide a snapshot of recent research in computer systems community by reading and discussing selected papers in recent systems conferences such as ASPLOS, FAST, HotNets, ISCA, NSDI, OSDI, SIGCOMM, SOSP, WWW, and others.
The seminar has tentatively selects some papers on the following topics: machine virtualization, new data structures for search and clustering, intrusion detection and recovery, trust computing, reliable systems, evolution and intelligent design of software systems, large-scale reliable services, next-generation storage systems, web data and queries, systems and programming in sensor networks, and programming multi-core processors. Each week, students or faculty members will present papers on a specific topic and lead discussions.
Students who are taking the course for credits are required to give one presentation on and to work on a small research project. This course satisfies the programming requirement.
Note that COS598B has been cancelled and Prof. Larry Peterson will give a lecture to discuss some of the topics in his original seminar.
Graduate Coordinator: Melissa Lawson - 310 CS Building - 258-5387 firstname.lastname@example.org
Artur Andrzejak, Martin Arlitt, and Jerry Rolia. Bounding the Resource Savings of Utility Computing Models. HP Laboratories Palo Alto, Technical Report, HPL-2002-339, 2002.
M. Aron, P. Druschel, and W. Zwaenepoel. Cluster Reserves: A Mechanism for Resource Management in Cluster-based Network Servers. In Proceedings of the ACM SIGMETRICS Conference on Measurement and Modeling of Computer Systems, pages 90-101, June 2000.