Mark Stuart Day: Publications

 

G.C. Roman, M.S. Day. Multifaceted Distributed Systems Specification Using Processes and Event Synchronization. Proceedings Seventh International Conference on Software Engineering, March 1984.

T. Bloom, M.S. Day. Reconfiguration in Argus. Proceedings International Workshop on Configurable Distributed Systems. March 1992.

T. Bloom, M.S. Day. Reconfiguration and Module Replacement in Argus: Theory and Practice. Software Engineering Journal8(2):102-108, March 1993.

M. Day, B. Liskov, U. Maheshwari, A. Myers. References to Remote Mobile Objects in Thor. ACM Letters on Programming Languages and Systems 2(1-4):115-126, March 1993.

M. Day. Object Groups May Be Better Than Pages. Proceedings Fourth Workshop on Workstation Operating Systems , October 14-15, 1993, Napa, California. IEEE Computer Society Press, 1993.

M. Day. Lockup of a Client Object Cache and How to Avoid It. Proceedings Third International Workshop on Object-Oriented Operating Systems. December 1993.

B. Liskov, M. Day, L. Shrira. Distributed Object Management in Thor. In Distributed Object Management (U. Dayal, T.Oszu, and P. Valduriez, eds.) Morgan Kaufmann, 1994.

B. Liskov, M. Day, S. Ghemawat, R. Gruber, U. Maheshwari, A. Myers, L. Shrira. The Language-Independent Interface of the Thor Persistent Object System. In Object-Oriented Multidatabase Systems (O. Bukhres and A. Elmagarmid, eds.) Prentice-Hall, 1995.

M. Day, R. Gruber, B. Liskov, A. Myers. Subtypes vs. Where Clauses: Constraining Parametric Polymorphism. OOPSLA'95, Tenth Annual Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications, 15-19 October 1995, Austin, Texas, USA. SIGPLAN Notices 30(10), October 1995.

B. Liskov, A. Adya, M. Castro, M. Day, R. Gruber, U. Maheshwari, A. Myers, L. Shrira. Safe and Efficient Sharing of Persistent Objects in Thor. Proceedings of SIGMOD. ACM SIGMOD Record 25(2):318-329, June 1996.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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J.F. Patterson, M. Day, J. Kucan. Notification Servers for Synchronous Groupware. CSCW '96, Proceedings ACM 1996 Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, November 16-20, 1996, Boston, MA, USA. ACM, 1996.

M. Day. What Synchronous Groupware Needs: Notification Services. Proceedings Sixth Workshop on Hot Topics in Operating Systems, May 5-6, 1997, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA. IEEE Computer Society Press, 1997.

M. Day, J.F. Patterson, D. Mitchell. The Notification Service Transfer Protocol (NSTP): infrastructure for synchronous groupware. Computer Networks 29(8-13): 905-915 (1997).

K. Ayad, M. Day, S. Foley, D. Gruen, S. Rohall, Q. Zondervan. Pagers, Pilots and Prairie Dog: Awareness via Handheld Devices. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 3(1-2), 1999.

M. Day, J. Rosenberg, H. Sugano. A Model for Presence and Instant Messaging. RFC 2778, February 2000.

M. Day, S. Aggarwal, G. Mohr, J. Vincent. Instant Messaging / Presence Protocol Requirements. RFC 2779, February 2000.

K.L. Johnson, J.F. Carr, M.S. Day, M.F. Kaashoek. The measured performance of content distribution networks. Computer Communications 24(2), 1 February 2001.

M. Day, B. Cain, G. Tomlinson, P. Rzewski. A Model for Content Internetworking (CDI). RFC 3466, March 2003.

P. Rzewski, M. Day, D. Gilletti. Content Internetworking (CDI) Scenarios. RFC 3570, July 2003.

J. Lim. Get Remote Applications in a Flash. Network Computing Asia, 4 April 2005. (Interview with Mark Day)

M. Day. "Long fat networks" and high-speed TCP make a good pair. Storage Networking World Online, 22 August 2005.

M. Day. High-speed TCP eases WAN congestion. Network World 22 (39), 3 October 2005

 

 
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