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PPT 1959 KB - SOSP 2007 Home Page

3 rounds (3, 5, and 7 reviews) 705 reviews in total. PC meeting with heavy-load members. Conflicted PC members left. Shadow PC. Best paper awards ...

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PPT 1959 KB - SOSP 2007 Home Page

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    Slide 2:Thanks for coming!

    Slide 3:Thanks for coming!

    Slide 4:Program highlights

    25 presentations WIP session Poster session SIGOPS Business meeting Awards Hall of fame papers Mark Weiser Many opportunities to mingle

    Slide 5:No invited speaker

    Ed Lazowska fell ill, but is recovering well Please sign Get-well card later today or tomorrow.

    Slide 6:Change in the program

    Swapped Concurrency and BFT Moved one talk from Distributed systems to BFT Start 30 min later on Tuesday

    Slide 7:Selection process

    25 out of 131 submissions Double-blind Larger PC 13 Heavy-load 13 Light-load 3 rounds (3, 5, and 7 reviews) 705 reviews in total PC meeting with heavy-load members Conflicted PC members left Shadow PC

    Slide 8:Best paper awards

    Secure Web Applications via Automatic Partitioning Zyzzyva: Speculative Byzantine Fault Tolerance Sinfonia: A New Paradigm for Building Scalable Distributed Systems

    Slide 9:Audience choice

    Each registered attendance can rank each paper on a scale of 1 (good) through 4 (seminal) Web site shows current top 3 ranked papers http://sosp2007.org Your voting ID is e61bc0a6 Purpose: compliment authors, not to hack the system!

    Slide 10:Thanks to submitters and PC

    Slide 11:Thanks to the general chair

    Picked the location Ran all logistics Put the team together Managed finances . Is worrying about every detail Tom Bressoud

    Slide 12:My Thanks to the Team

    Slide 13:My Thanks for the Generous Support

    Conference General Students

    Slide 14:My Thanks for the Generous Support

    Womens Workshop Sponsors Speakers Students

    Slide 15:The Bottom Line

    In 2001: 50 student scholarships In 2003: 67 student scholarships In 2005: 55 student scholarships In 2007: 117 student scholarships 51 womens scholarships

    Slide 16:Whos Here

    Slide 17:Academia/Industry Mix

    Slide 18:Men/Women Mix

    Slide 19:Announcements

    Go easy on the Internet Shuttle Skamania on the hour Best Western at :15 Bonneville at :30 Presentations will be video-taped Presenters: can you sign release form?

    Slide 20:SIGOPS Hall of Fame Awards

    Instituted in 2005 To recognize the most influential Operating Systems papers that have appeared in the peer-reviewed literature at least ten years in the past. 5 Awards authorized for this year Award committee: 8 recent SOSP/OSDI chairs/co-chairs

    Slide 21:Process

    Nominations by community or by committee members Clear conflict-of-interest rules Committee unanimously agreed on the final list Announced in order of publication Process discussion: at business meeting

    Slide 22:Leslie Lamport Time, Clocks, and the Ordering of Events in a Distributed System Communications of the ACM 21(7):558-565, July 1978

    Slide 23:Time, Clocks, and the Ordering of Events in a Distributed System

    Perhaps the first true distributed systems paper, it introduced the concept of causal ordering, which turned out to be useful in many settings. The paper proposed the mechanism it called logical clocks, but everyone now calls these Lamport clocks.

    Slide 24:Andrew D. Birrell Bruce Jay Nelson Implementing Remote Procedure Calls ACM Transactions on Computer Systems 2(1):39-59, Feb. 1984

    Slide 25:Implementing Remote Procedure Calls

    This is the paper on RPC, which has become the standard for remote communication in distributed systems and the internet. The paper does an excellent job laying out the basic model for RPC and the implementation options.

    Slide 26:J. H. Saltzer D. P. Reed D. D. Clark End-To-End Arguments in System Design ACM Transactions on Computer Systems 2(4):277-288, Nov. 1984

    Slide 27:End-To-End Arguments in System Design

    This paper gave system designers, and especially Internet designers, an elegant framework for making sound decisions. A paper that launched a revolution and, ultimately, a religion.

    Slide 28:Michael Burrows Martn Abadi Roger Needham A Logic of Authentication ACM Transactions on Computer Systems 8(1):18-36, Feb. 1990

    Slide 29:A Logic of Authentication

    This paper introduced to the systems community a logic-based notation for authentication protocols to precisely describe certificates, delegations, etc. With this precise description a designer can easily reason whether a protocol is correct or not, and avoid the security flaws that have plagued protocols. Speaks-for and says are now standard tools for system designers.

    Slide 30:Fred B. Schneider Implementing Fault-Tolerant Services Using the State Machine Approach: a tutorial ACM Computing Surveys 22(4):299-319, Dec. 1990

    Slide 31:Implementing Fault-Tolerant Services Using the State Machine Approach: a tutorial

    The paper that explained how we should think about replication ... A model that turns out to underlie Paxos, Virtual Synchrony, Byzantine replication, and even Transactional 1-Copy Serializability.

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