Work in Progress session
Lisa A Bloch
lab at daedalus.std.com
Tue Jun 4 04:41:57 AEST 1991
As is usual at USENIX Technical Conferences, there is a
Work in Progress session at Nashville. The Work in Progress
session provides an opportunity to get up and speak for 10 minutes
on your current work and, perhaps, present research results that
were too recent to be included in the conference program.
There are so many people wishing to share their work at this
conference that we have added time during the Bird Of a Feather
sessions to accomodate you.
On Thursday evening, 20:00-22:00, the following speakers are scheduled:
Shigetoshi Yokoyama, MIT, "Spatial Data Management with Dynamic Icons";
Hans Scholten, University of Twente, "An Event-Based Debugger for a
Geoff Collyer, Software Tool & Die, "nam: A Manual Page Decompiler";
Marcus Leech, Bell-Northern Research, "Managing a UNIX HelpDesk";
Eric Brunner, "Porting 4.4";
Danny Chen, AT&T Bell Labs, "Towards a New Interface for Specifying
and Accessing Kernel Performance Metrics for Unix System V".
On Friday afternoon, 16:40-17:30:
Rick Macklem, University of Guelph, "Not Quite NFS, Crash Tolerant
Cache Consistency for NFS".
Past Work in Progress sessions have provided speakers with feedback
that they were able to incorporate into larger papers presented at
Individuals wishing to make a Work in Progress presentation
should bring a summary of their work, including your name
and presentation title, on a typed, double-spaced, single
sheet of paper for display prior to the session. Or, preferably,
send it via email to lab at world.std.com . Time slots are assigned
on a first come, first served basis.
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