Kenneth Duda

Ph.D. Student,
Stanford University
Computer Science Department
Distributed Systems Group

Research Interests

The V++ Cache Kernel
The CacheKernel is the privileged-mode portion of V++, a scalable multiprocessor operating system. The CacheKernel does not attempt to manage all system objects, but rather serves as a cache of active objects. It is up to user-mode application kernels to serve as backing store for these objects. We hope this architecture will yield improved modularity, as well as improved performace through application-specific optimizations made possible by the high degree of application control.

Publications

Logged Virtual Memory
Published in Fifteenth Symposium on Operating Systems Principles (SOSP 95). Postscript or abstract.
A Caching Model of Operating System Kernel Functionality
Published in First Symposium on Operating Systems Design and Implementation (OSDI 94). Postscript, ASCII, or Hypertext

Personal Data

Education

Kenneth Duda Department of Computer Science Stanford University Stanford, CA 94305-2140 <kjd .at. cs .dot. stanford .dot. edu>