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Th 4th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design & Implementation

NSDI 2007

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Paper titles and abstracts due: October 2, 2006, 23:59 GMT
Complete papers due: October 9, 2006, 23:59 GMT

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Please use the list of topics below to characterize your submission. Check all categories that seem appropriate.

Overlays, peer-to-peer
Mobile, wireless, sensor networks
Measurement, workload/topology characterization
Autonomy, self-configuration
Management, debugging, diagnosis
Resource management, virtualization
Distributed storage, caching, query processing
Protocols and algorithms
Application experience
Operating systems

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