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==Class Schedule & Readings==
==Class Schedule & Readings==
===[[DistOS 2019F 2019-09-9|September 4, 2019]] (in person)===
===[[DistOS 2019F 2019-09-4|September 4, 2019]] (in person)===

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Course Outline

Here is the course outline.

Project Help

To develop your literature review or research proposal, start with a single research paper that you find interesting and that is related to distributed operating systems in some way.

To begin selecting a paper, I suggest that you:

  • search on Google Scholar using keywords relating to your interests, and/or
  • browse the proceedings of major conferences that publish work related to distributed operating systems.

The main operating system conferences are OSDI and ACM SOSP (sosp.org,ACM DL). Note that not all the work here is on distributed operating systems! Also, many other conferences publish some work related to distributed operating systems, e.g. NSDI.

To help you write a literature review or the background of a research paper, read the following:

Class Schedule & Readings

September 4, 2019 (in person)


September 9, 2019 (online)

The Early Internet:

September 11, 2019 (online)

The Mother of All Demos:

September 16, 2019 (online)

The Alto:

September 18, 2019 (online)

Multics & UNIX:

Optional: Browse around the Multicians website.

October 16, 2019 (in person)

Mid-term exam (in class)

October 30, 2019 (online)

Project Proposal due.