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Travelled to:
1 × Canada
15 × USA
Collaborated with:
H.M.Levy E.D.Lazowska J.B.Chen T.E.Anderson P.Pardyak M.M.Swift C.Maeda B.Wheeler E.G.Sirer T.H.Romer D.Lee Y.Saito T.F.Lim D.D.Redell J.R.Ellis M.E.Fiuczynski C.Chambers S.J.Eggers M.Annamalai R.Grimm A.J.Gregory M.J.Feeley J.S.Chase R.Draves R.F.Rashid R.W.Dean D.B.Wagner W.C.Hsieh C.Garrett J.Auslander M.Philipose G.M.Voelker A.Wolman W.A.Wong J.Baer S.Savage D.Becker
Talks about:
system (8) perform (5) oper (5) manag (4) parallel (3) dynam (3) implement (2) distribut (2) structur (2) interact (2)

Person: Brian N. Bershad

DBLP DBLP: Bershad:Brian_N=

Facilitated 1 volumes:

OSDI 2006Ed

Contributed to:

OSDI 20042004
SOSP 20032003
SOSP 19991999
ISMM 19981998
TOOLS USA 19981998
ASPLOS 19961996
PLDI 19961996
SOSP 19951995
ASPLOS 19941994
SOSP 19931993
ASPLOS 19921992
ASPLOS 19911991
PPoPP 19911991
SOSP 19911991
SOSP 19891989
PPEALS 19881988

Wrote 20 papers:

Recovering Device Drivers (MMS, MA, BNB, HML), pp. 1–16.
SOSP-2003-SwiftBL #operating system #reliability
Improving the reliability of commodity operating systems (MMS, BNB, HML), pp. 207–222.
SOSP-1999-SaitoBL #clustering #performance #scalability
Manageability, Availability and Performance in Porcupine: A Highly Scalable, Cluster-based Mail Service (YS, BNB, HML), pp. 1–15.
SOSP-1999-SirerGGB #design #distributed #implementation #virtual machine
Design and implementation of a distributed virtual machine for networked computers (EGS, RG, AJG, BNB), pp. 202–216.
ISMM-1998-LimPB #garbage collection #realtime
A Memory-Efficient Real-Time Non-Copying Garbage Collector (TFL, PP, BNB), pp. 118–129.
TOOLS-USA-1998-HsiehPFGB #data access #interactive #object-oriented
The Interaction of Access Control and Object-Orientation in Extensible Systems (WCH, PP, MEF, CG, BNB), pp. 320–332.
ASPLOS-1996-RomerLVWWBBL #performance
The Structure and Performance of Interpreters (THR, DL, GMV, AW, WAW, JLB, BNB, HML), pp. 150–159.
PLDI-1996-AuslanderPCEB #compilation #effectiveness #performance
Fast, Effective Dynamic Compilation (JA, MP, CC, SJE, BNB), pp. 149–159.
SOSP-1995-BershadSPSFBCE #operating system #performance #safety
Extensibility, Safety and Performance in the SPIN Operating System (BNB, SS, PP, EGS, MEF, DB, CC, SJE), pp. 267–284.
ASPLOS-1994-BershadLRC #scalability
Avoiding Conflict Misses Dynamically in Large Direct-Mapped Caches (BNB, DL, THR, JBC), pp. 158–170.
SOSP-1993-ChenB #memory management #operating system #performance
The Impact of Operating System Structure on Memory System Performance (JBC, BNB), pp. 120–133.
SOSP-1993-MaedaB #composition #network #protocol
Protocol Service Decomposition for High-Performance Networking (CM, BNB), pp. 244–255.
ASPLOS-1992-BershadRE #performance
Fast Mutual Exclusion for Uniprocessors (BNB, DDR, JRE), pp. 223–233.
ASPLOS-1992-WheelerB #consistency
Consistency Management for Virtually Indexed Caches (BW, BNB), pp. 124–136.
ASPLOS-1991-AndersonLBL #architecture #design #interactive #operating system
The Interaction of Architecture and Operating System Design (TEA, HML, BNB, EDL), pp. 108–120.
PPoPP-1991-FeeleyBCL #configuration management
Dynamic Node Reconfiguration in a Parallel-Distributed Environment (MJF, BNB, JSC, HML), pp. 114–121.
SOSP-1991-AndersonBLL #effectiveness #kernel #parallel
Scheduler Activations: Effective Kernel Support for the User-Level Management of Parallelism (TEA, BNB, EDL, HML), pp. 95–109.
SOSP-1991-DravesBRD #communication #concurrent #continuation #operating system #thread #using
Using Continuations to Implement Thread Management and Communication in Operating Systems (RD, BNB, RFR, RWD), pp. 122–136.
SOSP-1989-BershadALL #lightweight
Lightweight Remote Procedure Call (BNB, TEA, EDL, HML), pp. 102–113.
PPEALS-1988-BershadLLW #parallel #programming
An Open Environment for Building Parallel Programming Systems (BNB, EDL, HML, DBW), pp. 1–9.

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