Mobile File Systems

In this project we are interested in producing clever mobile device file systems that are lightweight yet fully functional. Such file systems are secure and able to locate the needed file data resources on the WAN, prefetch and cache a working set of data for the mobile user, and automatically synchronize the data with other units and base stations. These file systems need to take into account various complex constraints: power consumption must be low, connectivity outside the mobile device is slow and unreliable, memory and storage space are small, CPUs are slow, there is often no MMU, and so on.

Conference and Workshop Papers:

# Title (click for html version) Formats Published In Date Comments
1 Discovery and Hot Replacement of Replicated Read-Only File Systems, with Application to Mobile Computing PS PDF BibTeX Usenix Summer Conference Jun 1992  

Past Students:

# Name (click for home page) Program Period Current Location
1 Naveen Gupta MS Sep 2004 - Dec 2005 Member of the Technical Staff, Systems Software group, Google (Mountain View, CA)


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