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From: e...@usenix.ORG (Ellie Young)
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Date: 19 Aug 90 23:57:06 GMT
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Posted: Mon Aug 20 00:57:06 1990

                     M A C H    W O R K S H O P
             		October 4 - 5, 1990    
		        Burlington, Vermont

The USENIX Association is pleased to be offering its first workshop on the
Mach operating system.  As Mach becomes increasingly popular in both research
and commercial environments, there are growing needs for up-to-date
information and for those who are involved with the software to meet and talk.
We hope that the variety of papers and formats below will address those needs.
The workshop features a keynote speech by Dr. Richard Rashid of Carnegie-
Mellon University, principal architect of the operating system, as well as
special sessions on virtual memory, Mach as the basis for fault-tolerant
systems, OS internals and performance, and environments and applications.
There will also be a panel discussion of threads models, and a works-in-
progress session for dissemination of information about the very latest Mach

                      T E N T A T I V E    P R O G R A M


9:00 - 9:10                     Welcome
                         Melinda Shore, mt Xinu

9:10 - 10:15                    Keynote
                         Dr. Richard Rashid, Carnegie-Mellon University

10:15 - 10:45           Break

10:45 - 12:15           MEMORY MANAGEMENT

                        Zone Garbage Collection
                         Jim Van Sciver, Open Software Foundation

                        Extending Mach External Pagers
                         Dylan McNamee, University of Washington

                        Mach on a Virtually Addressed Cache Architecture
                         Chia Chao, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories

12:15 - 1:30            Lunch

 1:30 - 3:30            INTERNALS AND PERFORMANCE

                        The Mach Timing Facility: An Implementation of Accurate
                        Low-Overhead Usage Timing
                         David L. Black, Carnegie-Mellon University

                        Real-Time Mach:  Towards a Predictable Real-Time System
                         Hide Tokuda, Carnegie-Mellon University

                        Developing Benchmarks to Measure the Performance of the
                        Mach Operating System
                         David Finkel, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

                        A Revised IPC Interface
                         Richard Draves, Carnegie-Mellon University

3:30 - 4:00             Break

4:00 - 5:00             THREADS PANEL  (Panel members TBA)


 9:00 - 10:30           OSF

                        Papers TBA

10:30 - 11:00           Break


                        A Persistent Distributed Architecture Supported by the
                        Mach Operating System
                         Francis Vaughan, University of Adelaide

                        An Ultrix 4.0 Uniserver
                         Daniel E. Geer Jr., DEC Cambridge Research Laboratory

                        A Trusted X Window System Server for Trusted Mach
                         Marvin Shugerman, TRW Systems Integration Group

12:30 - 2:00            Lunch

 2:00 - 3:30            FAULT TOLERANCE

                        Building A Fault-Tolerant System Based On Mach
                         Rong Chen, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

                        OptiMach:  Optimistic Recovery of Mach Tasks
                         David F. Bacon, IBM TJ Watson Research Center

                        Fault-Tolerant Computing Based on Mach
                         Ozalp Babaoglu, University of Bologna

 3:30 - 4:00            Break

 4:00 - 5:00            Works in Progress

Program Committee:
	Melinda Shore (Chair), mt Xinu
        Alan Langerman, Encore Computer Corp.
        Douglas Orr, Carnegie-Mellon University
        Homayoon Tajalli, Trusted Information Sys.
        Avadis Tevanian, NeXT, Inc.

For information on registration and hotel, please contact:

                        USENIX Conference Office
                        22672 Lambert St., Suite 613
                        El Toro, CA  92630
                        Telephone # (714) 588-8649
                        FAX # (714) 588-9706
                        email address:


        	USENIX Association Student Attendee Grant
			Application Form

The Association will award a limited number of travel and accommodation
grants to full-time students interested in attending the USENIX
Mach Workshop (October 4-5, 1990) in Burlington, Vermont.
Interested full-time students should return this form
together with a copy of their current student identification to:
If you have not yet received information about registration,
please contact the USENIX  Conference Office at tel: 714-588-8649.

		Ellie Young, Executive Director
			USENIX Association
		2560 Ninth Street, Suite 215
			Berkeley, CA 94710

Applications must arrive by September 7,  1990.


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