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Accepted Papers

We are delighted to announce the following list of papers accepted for publication in ACM SYSTOR 2019 proceedings.


  1. CLOCK-Pro+: Improving CLOCK-Pro Cache Replacement with Utility-Driven Adaptation
    Cong Li (Intel Corporation)

  2. Getting More Performance with Polymorphism from Emerging Memory Technologies
    Iyswarya Narayanan (Penn State); Aishwarya Ganesan (UW-Madison); Anirudh Badam, Sriram Govindan (Microsoft); Bikash Sharma (Facebook); Anand Sivasubramaniam (Penn State)

  3. Write Optimization of Log-structured Flash File System for Parallel I/O on Manycore Servers
    Chang-Gyu Lee, Hyunki Byun, Sunghyun Noh, Hyeongu Kang, Youngjae Kim (Sogang University)

  4. Trust More, Serverless
    Stefan Brenner, RĂ¼diger Kapitza (TU Braunschweig)

  5. Clemmys: Towards Secure Remote Execution in FaaS
    Bohdan Trach, Oleksii Oleksenko, Franz Gregor (TU Dresden); Pramod Bhatotia (University of Edinburgh); Christof Fetzer (TU Dresden)

  6. Cross-ISA Execution of SIMD Regions for Improved Performance
    Yihan Pang, Rob Lyerly, Binoy Ravindran (Virginia Tech)

  7. x86-64 Instruction Usage among C/C++ Applications
    Amogh Akshintala, Bhushan P. Jain (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill); Chia-che Tsai (Texas A&M University); Michael Ferdman (Stony Brook University); Donald E. Porter (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

  8. Time-multiplexed Parsing in Marking-based Network Telemetry (short)
    Alon Riesenberg, Yonnie Kirzon, Michael Bunin, Elad Galili (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology); Gidi Navon (Marvell); Tal Mizrahi (Huawei Network.IO Innovation Lab)

  9. SS-CDC: A Two-stage Parallel Content-defined Chunking for Deduplicating Backup Storage
    Fan Ni (University of Texas at Arlington); Xing Lin (NetApp); Song Jiang (University of Texas at Arlington)

  10. Storm: A Fast Transactional Dataplane for Remote Data Structures
    Stanko Novakovic (Microsoft); Yizhou Shan (Purdue University); Aasheesh Kolli (Penn State and VMware); Michael Cui (VMware); Yiying Zhang (Purdue University); Haggai Eran (Mellanox and Technion); Boris Pismenny, Liran Liss (Mellanox); Michael Wei (VMware); Dan Tsafrir (Technion and VMware); Marcos Aguilera (VMware)

  11. Kurma: Secure Geo-distributed Multi-cloud Storage Gateways
    Ming Chen, Erez Zadok (Stony Brook University)

  12. MEGA: Overcoming Traditional Problems with OS Huge Page Management
    Theodore Michailidis, Alex Delis, Mema Roussopoulos (University of Athens)

  13. A Critical RCU Safety Property Is... Ease of Use!
    Paul E. McKenney (IBM Linux Technology Center)

  14. Towards Building a High-performance, Scale-in Key-value Storage System
    Yangwook Kang, Rekha Pitchumani, Pratik Mishra, Yang-suk Kee, Francisco Londono, Sangyoon Oh, Jupyung Lee, Jongyeol Lee, Daniel D. G. Lee (Samsung Electronics)

  15. WARCIP: Write Amplification Reduction by Clustering I/O Pages
    Jing Yang, Shuyi Pei, Qing Yang (University of Rhode Island; Shenzhen DAPU Microelectronics Co., Ltd)

  16. FADaC: A Self-adapting Data Classifier for Flash Memory
    Kevin Kremer, André Brinkmann (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz)

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