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NOW Team Thesis



Doctoral Dissertations


  • Improving File System Performanee With Adaptive Methods
    Ph.D . Dissertation, December, 1999.
    Jeanna Neefe Matthews,
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  • Performance Availability for Networks of Workstations.
    Ph.D . Dissertation, December, 1999.
    Remzi Arpaci-Dusseau,
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  • A Systematic Characterization of Application Sensitivity to Network Performance
    Ph.D . Dissertation, March 1999.
    Rich Martin,
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  • Improving the I/O Performance and Correctness of Network File Systems
    Ph.D . Dissertation, January, 1999.
    Randy Wang,
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  • Implicit Coscheduling: Coordinated Scheduling with Implicit Information in Distributed Systems
    Ph.D . Dissertation, December, 1998.
    Andrea C. Arpaci-Dusseau,
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  • Operating System Services for Wide-Area Applications
    Ph.D . Dissertation, December, 1998.
    Amin Vahdat,
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  • Design and Evaluation of Multi-Protocol Communication on a Cluster of SMP's
    Ph.D . Dissertation, December, 1998.
    Steven S. Lumetta,
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  • GLUnix.
    Ph.D . Dissertation, May, 1998.
    Douglas Ghormley,
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  • Serverless Network File Systems
    Ph.D . Dissertation, January, 1995.
    Mike Dahlin,
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Note: The project was terminated on June 15, 1998

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under grants CCR-9257974 and PFF-CCR-9253705 as well as ARPA under grant F30602-95-C-0014. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the sponsors.