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This is the tentative 1988 WINTER Conference Program.
The morning sessions are devoted to Project Athena (MIT) and Andrew (CMU).

Afternoons sport parallel sessions until about 4:30.  BoF's meet on
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY evenings.  Work-in-Progress session is
Thursday afternoon after the main sessions.

I'm sending out paper acceptances and rejections tonight, with luck.

Thanks to the program committee for reviewing 82 abstracts (each with
several reviewers) in just 52 hours!

Note to authors of accepted papers:  Watch this notesfile/newsgroup
for `Instructions for Authors' complete with troff macros for you to

Hope to see thousands of you in Dallas this Winter!  We'll be about
two (big) blocks from a row of almost two dozen fun restaurants --
it'll be a blast.  Don't miss your choice of 21 tutorials, too!

					Rob Kolstad
					Hardworking Program Chairman

PS:  registration info is at the press now and will be mailed as soon
     as possible.  Keep an eye on those mailboxes.


Thursday, February 11, 1988:


Morning Session: CMU's Project Athena

Make or Take Decisions in Andrew; James H. Morris
The Andrew Toolkit -- An Overview; Andrew J. Palay, et al.
An Overview of the Andrew File System; John H. Howard
Synchronization Caching Issues in the Andrew File System; Michael Kazar
The Andrew Message System; Jon Rosenberg & Nathaniel Borenstein

Parallel Afternoon Sessions:  Advances in Network Protocols
                         and  Systems Administration

Afternoon Session A:  Advances in Network Protocols

An RPC/LWP System for Interconnecting Heterogeneous Systems; Jan
     Sanislo & Mark Squillante
UNIX Systems as Cypress Implets; Douglass Comer & Thomas Narten
Special Purpose User-Space Network Protocols:  War Stories; Michael
NeST:  A Network Simulation and Prototyping Tool for UNIX; David
     Bacon, et al.
A Fast Transaction Oriented Protocol for Distributed Applications; V.
     S. Sunderam
A UNIX Implementation of HEMS; Craig Partridge
Building an Equities Trading system in a Distributed UNIX Environment;
     Mark Luppi, et al.
Thin Wire Communication Between Graphics Servers and Clients; P. Kumar
     and V. Sinha
Comparing the Efficiency of the Internet Protocols to DECNET; R. L.

Afternoon Session B:    Systems Administration

PMON -- Graphical Performance Monitoring Tool; Paul E. Jatkowski
Systems Administration in a Heterogeneous Network; Bob Hofkin & Terry
A Faster Dump Scheme for UNIX; Jeff Polk and Rob Kolstad
Automatic UNIX Backup in a Mass-Storage Environment; Edward Arnold &
     Marc Nelson
System Administration Daemons; Von Jones
The Postman Always Rings Twice:  Electronic Mail in a Highly
Distributed Environment;  Dave Taylor
A User Account Registration System for a Large Heterogenous UNIX
Network; Joseph N. Pato, et al.
Project Accounting on UNICOS; Charles Eaton
Using Groups Effectively in Berkeley UNIX; Scott Carson

Friday, February 12, 1988:

Morning Session: MIT's Project Athena with Dan Geer

Berkeley UNIX on 1000 Workstations!?  Athena Changes to 4.3 BSD
What's in a name?  Hesiod, the Athena Name Service
Guarding the Gates of Hell:  Kerberos, the Athena Authentication Service
Take me to your leader:  Service Management in a complicated environment
You can get it there from here!  Notification in a public workstation
Widgets for hire:  The X Window System Toolkit
A simple X.11 Client Program, or, How hard can it really be to write
     ``Hello, World''?; David Rosenthal

Parallel Afternoon Sessions:  Kernel Papers
                         and  Potpourri and Battle of the Process Migrators

Afternoon Session A:  Kernel Papers

The Counterpoint Fast File System; Kent Peacock
UNIX I/O in a Multiprocessor System; A. J. van de Goor & A. Moolenaar
Beyond Threads:  Resource Sharing in UNIX; J. M. Barton & J. C. Wagner
Watchdogs -- An Extension to the UNIX Filesystem; Brian Bershad &
     Brian Pinkerton
Mach 1000:  Memory Mangement in a Multiprocessor with Non-Uniform
     Memory Access; Rich Schaaf, et al.
LOCK/ix:  An Implementation of UNIX for the LOCK TCB
Invoking Systems Calls from Within the UNIX Kernel; Mike Mitchell, et al.
An Experimental Symmetric Multiprocessor Ultrix Kernel; Graham
     Hamilton and Daniel Conde
A New Exception Handling Mechanism for the UNIX Kernel; Joseph
Translation Lookaside Buffer Management in a Multi-Processor System;
     Jim Barton, et al.

Afternoon Session B1:  Potpourri

Adding Packet Radio to the Ultrix Kernel; Clifford Neuman & Wayne
Man-Machine Interfaces for Software Development Environments (HANDS);
     Eiji Kuwana, et al.
A Memory Allocator with Garbage Collection for C; Michael Caplinger
Rescuing Data in UNIX Filesystems (what to do after rm *); Jim Joyce &
     Bob Nystrom
How to Steal Code -or- Inventing the Wheel Only Once; Henry Spencer
The Integration Toolkit and the Unison Real-Time Operating System; P.
     K. Rowe, et al.

Afternoon Session B2:  Battle of the Process Migrators

Process Migration in UNIX Networks; K. I. Mandelberg & V. S. Sunderam
A Process Migration Implementation for a UNIX System; Rafael Alonso &
     Kriton Kyrimis
UNIX Process Cloning; Chad Hunter

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