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Accepted Posters

The following posters and demos will be presented on Wednesday, April 22, 2009, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m., in the Terrace Room.

Peloton: A Distributed OS for Sensor Network Resource Coordination
Jason Waterman, Geoffrey Werner Challen, and Matt Welsh, Harvard University

Mercury: A Wearable Sensor Network Platform for High-Fidelity Motion Analysis
Konrad Lorincz, Bor-rong Chen, Geoff Werner-Allen, and Atanu Roy Chowdhury, Harvard University; Shyamal Patel and Paolo Bonato, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Boston, MA; Matt Welsh, Harvard University

A System for Coordinated Network-wide Redundancy Elimination
Ashok Anand, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Vyas Sekar, Carnegie Mellon University; Aditya Akella, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Automatically Inferring Distributed System Properties
Maysam Yabandeh, Nikola Knežević, and Dejan Kostić, EPFL, Switzerland

Leveraging Location Diversity to Simplify Traffic Engineering
Abhigyan and Arun Venkataramani, University of Massachusetts Amherst

NetShield: Matching with a Large Vulnerability Signature Ruleset for High Performance Network Defense
Zhichun Li, Northwestern University; Gao Xia and Yi Tang, Tsinghua University; Yan Chen, Northwestern University; Bin Liu, Tsinghua University; Hongyu Gao, Northwestern University

Phoenix: A System for Automatically Reconfiguring Networks
Theophilus Benson and Aditya Akella, University of Wisconsin, Madison; David A. Maltz, Microsoft Research

DFAULT—Diagnosing Faults in Large-Scale Peer-to-Peer Applications
Pawan Prakash and Dipu John, Purdue University; Ranveer Chandra and Venugopalan Ramasubramanian, Microsoft Research; Ramana Kompella, Purdue University

Distributed Social Networking
Karthik Nagaraj, Ramana Kompella, and Charles Killian, Purdue University

A Fully-Programmable and High-Speed Virtual Network Platform
Yong Liao, University of Massachusetts; Dong Yin, Northwestern Polytech University; Lixin Gao, University of Massachusetts

Protocol Factory: Reuse for Network Experimentation
Georg Kunz, Olaf Landsiedel, Stefan Götz, and Klaus Wehrle, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Bulk-Incremental Data Processing
Dionysios Logothetis, Kevin Webb, and Ken Yocum, University of California, San Diego; Christopher Olston and Benjamin Reed, Yahoo! Research

Energy-Aware Traffic Engineering
Nedeljko Vasic and Dejan Kostić, EPFL, Switzerland

Better Wireless Systems via 802.11 RF Measurements
Daniel Halperin and Wenjun Hu, University of Washington; Anmol Sheth, Intel Research Seattle; David Wetherall, University of Washington and Intel Research Seattle

Tunable Storage as an Infrastructure Service
Harsha V. Madhyastha, University of California, San Diego; George Porter, Sun Microsystems; Meg Walraed-Sullivan and Amin Vahdat, University of California, San Diego

Dr. Multicast: Harnessing IP Multicast in Data Centers
Ymir Vigfusson and Hussam Abu-Libdeh, Cornell University; Mahesh Balakrishnan, Microsoft Research, Silicon Valley; Ken Birman, Cornell University; Gregory Chockler and Yoav Tock, IBM Research Haifa

Credit-HC: Improve Network Performance in Highly-Consolidated Xen Server
Yubin Xia, Chun Yang, Yan Niu, and Xu Cheng, Microprocessor Research and Development Center, Peking University, China

Bringing P2P to the Web: Security and Privacy in the Firecoral Network
Jeff Terrace, Harold Laidlaw, Hao Eric Liu, Sean Stern, and Michael J. Freedman, Princeton University

Routing Principles in Wireless Mesh Networks
Omprakash Gnawali, University of Southern California; Rodrigo Fonseca, Yahoo! and Brown University; Kyle Jamieson, University College London; Kannan Srinivasan and Philip Levis, Stanford University

Data-Intensive Workloads with FAWN
Iulian Moraru, Vijay Vasudevan, Amar Phanishayee, and Jason Franklin, Carnegie Mellon University; Michael Kaminsky, Intel Research, Pittsburgh; Lawrence Tan and David G. Andersen, Carnegie Mellon University

EdgeXL: An Edge Acceleration Box for Slow Networks
Anirudh Badam and Sunghwan Ihm, Princeton University; KyoungSoo Park, University of Pittsburgh; Vivek S. Pai, Marc Ficuczynski, and Larry L. Peterson, Princeton University

Nephology—Towards a Scientific Method for Cloud Computing
Derek Murray and Steven Hand, University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory

Phagocytes: A Holistic Defense and Protection Against Active P2P Worms
Ruichuan Chen, Peking University; Eng Keong Lua, Carnegie Mellon University; Jon Crowcroft, University of Cambridge; Cong Tang, Polytechnic Institute of New York University; Liyong Tang and Zhong Chen, Peking University

Fast Packet Forwarding on Commodity Platforms
Minlan Yu and Jennifer Rexford, Princeton University

Protecting Privacy in Location-based Vehicular Services
Raluca Ada Popa and Hari Balakrishnan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Andrew J. Blumberg, Stanford University

On the Structure of Low-Power Wireless Links
Tal Rusak, Cornell University; Philip Levis, Stanford University

Accepted Demos

Sora: High Performance Software Radio Using General Purpose Multi-core Processors
Kun Tan, Jiansong Zhang, Yongguang Zhang, Haitao Wu, and Wei Wang, Microsoft Research Asia, Beijing, China; Ji Fang, Beijing Jiaotong University, Beijing, China; He Liu, Yusheng Ye, and Shen Wang, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China; Geoffrey M. Voelker, University of California, San Diego

OpenPipes: Prototyping High-speed Networking Systems
Glen Gibb, David Underhill, and Nick McKeown, Stanford University

A Foundation for RFID Sensor Networks
Michael Buettner and Richa Prasad, University of Washington; Benjamin Greenstein, Intel Research Seattle; David Wetherall, Intel Research Seattle and University of Washington

Defeating Online Censorship with Collage
Sam Burnett, Nick Feamster, and Santosh Vempala, Georgia Institute of Technology

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