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List of Authors:

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Abstract:

Type (or cut-and-paste) a short ASCII abstract for your submission. It should not include the author/title information, which was already entered above. You must enter plain ASCII text only, and you may not exceed 300 words.

 


Submit Paper:

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Keywords/Topics:

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

Clusters and grids
Continuous media
Databases
Dependable computing
Distributed algorithms
Distributed systems
Early ideas
Experience with existing systems
Management, measurement, monitoring
Middleware
Mobile and pervasive computing
Negative results
Novel user interfaces
Novel uses of information technology
Operating systems
Parallel and concurrent computing
Programming language support
Real-time and embedded computing
Reproduction of previous results
Security
Sensor nets and tiny devices
Storage
 
 



  
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