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OSDI 2000
4th Symposium on Operating Systems Design & Implementation

Program Co-Chairs
Michael B. Jones, Microsoft Research
Frans Kaashoek, MIT Laboratory for Computer Science

Steering Committee
Margo Seltzer, Harvard University
Karin Petersen, Xerox PARC

Program Committee
Brian Bershad,
David Culler, University of California at Berkeley
Fred Douglis, AT&T Labs--Research
Peter Druschel, Rice University
David Johnson, Carnegie Mellon University
Butler Lampson, Microsoft
Andrew Myers, Cornell University
Dave Presotto, Bell Laboratories
Timothy Roscoe, Sprint Labs
Bill Weihl, Akamai
John Wilkes, HP Laboratories

WIESS 2000
1st Workshop on Industrial Experiences with Systems Software

Program Chair
Dejan S. Milojicic, HP Labs

Program Committee
Gaurav Banga, Network Appliance
Mark R. Brown, Microsoft
Mark S. Brown, IBM
Eduard Bugnion, VMware
Rob Gingel, Sun Microsystems
Fred Glover, Compaq
Ira Greenberg, Oracle
Larry Huston, Intel
Rodger Lea, Sony
Udi Manber, Yahoo
Franklin Reynolds, Nokia
Toshi Sakuraba, Hitachi
Indira Subramanian, HP
Franco Travostino, Nortel Networks
Richard Wheeler, EMC

Steering Committee
Jean Bacon, Cambridge University, SIGOPS Member
Andrew Hume, AT&T Research, USENIX Vice President
Valerie Issarny, INRIA, ACM SIGOPS Vice Chair
Michael B. Jones, Microsoft Research, IEEE-CS TCOS Vice Chair
Marshall Kirk McKusick, Author and Consultant, member of USENIX Board of Directors
Dejan S. Milojicic, HP Labs, IEEE-CS TCOS Chair

Publications Chair
Alan Messer, HP Labs

USENIX is the Advanced Computing Systems Association. Since 1975, USENIX has brought together the community of system administrators, engineers, scientists, and technicians working on the cutting edge of the computing world. USENIX and its members are engaged in problem-solving, in innovation, and in research that works. SAGE, the System Administrators Guild, is a special technical group within USENIX that is dedicated to the recognition and advancement of the systems administration profession.

SIGOPS is the ACM Special Interest Group on Operating Systems. SIGOPS addresses a broad spectrum of issues associated with operating systems research and development.

The IEEE Computer Society's Technical Committee on Operating Systems Applications and Environments (TCOS) is involved with theoretical and practical aspects of operating system design, including system organization, resource allocation policies, measurement, performance evaluation, and system reliability. It is also involved with all operating system aspects affecting system interface specifications, the completeness of services, and portability of applications. TCOS publishes a newsletter, the TCOS Bulletin, four times a year.

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