分布式系统资源索引

Date

Presenters,

Slides,

and 

 Reviews  

Topic

Main Papers

More Papers (optional)

Must-see Papers if your Project overlaps with the
area.

1/18 Indy

[ppt slides]

Introduction See topic “Epidemics” below
1/20 Indy

[ppt slides]

Before, There Were Clouds

Join Googlegroups
on Cloud Computing

 

1/25 Indy

[ppt slides]

Cloud Computing Continued
1/27 Indy

[ppt slides]

P2P Systems

See topic “Overlays and DHTs” below

2/1 Indy

[ppt slides-1] [ppt slides-2]

 

P2P Systems (contd.) and Basic Distributed Computing Concepts

 

2/3 Indy

[ppt slides]

Sensor
Networks

 

 

2/8 Two Guest Speakers

[slide set 1] [slide
set 2
]

 

“Entrepreneurship at Illinois”

 

2/10 Mark Overholt & Matt Trower

[reviews]
[slides]

Overlays and DHTs

Student Presentations and Reviews
Start – See Instructions

2/15 Long Kai & Andrew Harris

[reviews] [slides]

Cloud Programming

 

2/17 Muntasir Raihan Rahman & Anupam Das

[reviews] [slides]

Cloud Scheduling  
2/22 Shen Li & Tony Huang

[reviews]
[slides]

Key-Value Stores  
2/24 Ankit Singla and Chi-Yao Hong

[reviews]
[slides]

Storage  – 1

 

2/27

Project Survey Report due,
11.59 pm [12pt font, single-sided, 3 + 1 pages max] (In groups of 2-3)

Wiki Term Paper – First Draft
Due (Individual)


Instructions for Survey and its Submission

3/1 Rachit Agarwal & Lewis Tseng

[slides] [reviews]

Sensor Net Routing
3/3 Harshitha Menon & Nipun Sehrawat

[reviews]
[slides]

Storage – 2  

 

3/8 Yanen Li & Tengfei Mu

[reviews]
[slides]

Storage in Industry

 

 

3/10 Anjali Sridhar & Jason Croft

[reviews]
[slides]

Geo-Distribution
3/15 Kevin Larson & Will Dietz

[reviews]
[slides]

P2P Apps
3/17 David Lundgren & Curtis Wang

[reviews]
[slides]

In-network processing

 

3/22  

 

 

Spring Vacation – No Class.

 

 

 

3/24  

 

 

Spring Vacation – No Class.

 

 

 

3/29 Michael Ford & Simon Krueger

[reviews]
[slides]

Epidemics

3/31 Indy

[reviews]
[slides]

Probabilistic Membership Protocols

 

 

4/3

Project Midterm Report due, 11.59 pm [12pt font,
single-sided, 8 + 1 pages max]
(In groups
of 2-3)

Wiki Term Paper – Second Draft
Due (Individual)


Instructions for Midterm and its
Submission

4/5 Indy

[reviews]
[slides]

Distributed Monitoring and  Management

 

4/7 Nick Jordan & Igors Svecs

[reviews]
[slides]

Publish-Subscribe/CDNs
4/12 Indy

[reviews]
[slides]

Measurement
Studies

 

4/14 Indy

[reviews]
[slides]

Old Wine: Stale or Vintage?

 

4/19 Imranul Hoque

[slides] [reviews]

In Byzantium
4/21 Wenxuan Zhou & Qingxi Li

[reviews]
[slides]

Cloud Pricing
4/26 Brian Cho

[reviews]
[slides A] [slides
B
]

Other  Industrial Systems  
4/28 Indy

[reviews] [slides]

Structure of Networks

 

 

5/3 Indy

[slides]

Completing the Circle

(No reviews required for the
following papers
. Paper copies for offline papers were handed out
during previous lecture.)

  • R. Hoffmann, “Why buy that theory?”, 2003
  • R. P. Feynman, “Metaplast Corp.”

END OF CLASSES

5/8

Project Final Report due, 11.59 pm [12pt font,
single-sided, 12 + 1 pages max] (In groups of 2-3)

Wiki Term Paper – Final Draft
Due (Individual)

(Deadline is Hard and final, no
extensions!
)


Instructions for Midterm and its
Submission

Leftover Green Clouds
Leftover   Distributed Debugging

 

Leftover Flash!  
Leftover   The Middle or the End?

(review any one of the
following 3 papers
)

 

Leftover   Availability-Aware Systems

(read the papers, but no reviews required for this
session
)

 
Leftover   Design Methodologies, Handling Stress

(No class today, but if you submitted a review on
time, you can skip one of the remaining review sessions)

Leftover Sources of unreliability in networks

 

Leftover  A Step Back 

 

Leftover   Distributed Management (2)  
Leftover Handling Stress
Leftover   Selfish algorithms

  

Leftover Security
Leftover   Economic Theory
Leftover   The future of sensor nets?
Leftover   P2P – Etc.  
Leftover   The End-to-End Approach
4/25 Automatic Computing and Inference
Leftover   Modular Systems  
Leftover Practical theory perspectives
Leftover    Topology and Naming
Leftover   Classical Algorithms  
Leftover   Caching

 

One thought on “分布式系统资源索引

  1. Pingback: What are the seminal papers in distributed systems? Why? - Quora

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>