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Author: David Kotz

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PCS-TR92-176: Parallel Computer Needs at Dartmouth College
PCS-TR92-179: Multiprocessor File System Interfaces
PCS-TR93-188: Integrating Theory and Practice in Parallel File Systems
PCS-TR93-190: Throughput of Existing Multiprocessor File Systems (An Informal Study)
PCS-TR93-198: The Expected Lifetime of "Single-Address-Space" Operating Systems
PCS-TR94-211: Dynamic File-Access Characteristics of a Production Parallel Scientific Workload
PCS-TR94-220: A Detailed Simulation Model of the HP 97560 Disk Drive
PCS-TR94-226: Disk-directed I/O for MIMD Multiprocessors
PCS-TR94-230: A Multiprocessor Extension to the Conventional File System Interface
PCS-TR94-232: Exploring the Use of I/O Nodes for Computation in a MIMD Multiprocessor
PCS-TR94-235: A DAta-Parallel Programming Library for Education (DAPPLE)
PCS-TR95-251: Disk-directed I/O for an Out-of-Core Computation
PCS-TR95-253: Low-level Interfaces for High-level Parallel I/O
PCS-TR95-254: Expanding the Potential for Disk-Directed I/O
PCS-TR95-263: File-Access Characteristics of Parallel Scientific Workloads
PCS-TR95-270: Interfaces for Disk-Directed I/O
PCS-TR95-273: A Performance Comparison of TCP/IP and MPI on FDDI, Fast Ethernet, and Ethernet
PCS-TR96-278: Transportable Information Agents
PCS-TR96-280: An RPC Mechanism for Transportable Agents
PCS-TR96-285: Mobile agents for mobile computing
PCS-TR96-286: The Galley Parallel File System
PCS-TR96-296: Tuning STARFISH
PCS-TR96-297: Applications of Parallel I/O
PCS-TR97-306: AGDB: A Debugger for Agent Tcl
PCS-TR97-312: A Split-Phase Interface for Parallel File Systems
PCS-TR97-326: Market-based Resource Control for Mobile Agents
PCS-TR98-311: Utility Driven Mobile-Agent Scheduling
PCS-TR98-329: An Implementation of the Vesta Parallel File System API on the Galley Parallel File System
PCS-TR98-331: Utility Driven Mobile-Agent Scheduling
PCS-TR98-337: Applications of Parallel I/O
PCS-TR98-343: Snowflake: Spanning administrative domains
PCS-TR99-345: Mobile-Agent Planning in a Market-Oriented Environment
PCS-TR99-360: A Game-Theoretic Formulation of Multi-Agent Resource Allocation
PCS-TR99-361: An Access-Control Calculus for Spanning Administrative Domains
TR2000-363: A Formal Semantics for SPKI
TR2000-365: Mobile Agents: Motivations and State-of-the-Art Systems
TR2000-366: Performance Analysis of Mobile Agents for Filtering Data Streams on Wireless Networks
TR2000-377: Performance Analysis of Mobile Agents for Filtering Data Streams on Wireless Networks
TR2000-381: A Survey of Context-Aware Mobile Computing Research
TR2001-386: Mobile-Agent versus Client/Server Performance: Scalability in an Information-Retrieval Task
TR2001-397: Supporting Adaptive Ubiquitous Applications with the SOLAR System
TR2001-411: Write Once, Move Anywhere: Toward Dynamic Interoperability of Mobile Agent Systems
TR2002-415: Future Directions for Mobile-Agent Research
TR2002-420: Context Aggregation and Dissemination in Ubiquitous Computing Systems
TR2002-421: Solar: A pervasive-computing infrastructure for context-aware mobile applications
TR2002-422: Controlling access to pervasive information in the ``Solar'' system
TR2002-423: Characterizing Usage of a Campus-wide Wireless Network
TR2002-432: Analysis of a Campus-wide Wireless Network
TR2002-433: Using the Emulab network testbed to evaluate the Armada I/O framework for computational grids
TR2003-467: The mistaken axioms of wireless-network research
TR2003-472: Evaluating Location Predictors with Extensive Wi-Fi Mobility Data
TR2003-480: Problems with the Dartmouth wireless SNMP data collection
TR2004-486: A meeting detector and its applications
TR2004-488: Application-controlled loss-tolerant data dissemination
TR2004-490: A Case Study of Four Location Traces
TR2004-491: Evaluating next-cell predictors with extensive Wi-Fi mobility data
TR2004-493: The Kerf toolkit for intrusion analysis
TR2004-495: Dependency management in distributed settings
TR2004-496: The Changing Usage of a Mature Campus-wide Wireless Network
TR2004-497: A Holesome File System
TR2004-505: Technological Implications for Privacy
TR2004-507: Experimental evaluation of wireless simulation assumptions
TR2004-511: Outdoor Experimental Comparison of Four Ad Hoc Routing Algorithms
TR2004-524: A Survey of WPA and 802.11i RSN Authentication Protocols
TR2004-529: Secure Context-sensitive Authorization
TR2005-534: Department of Computer Science Activity 1998-2004
TR2005-540: Classifying the Mobility of Users and the Popularity of Access Points
TR2005-549: Structural Analysis of Social Networks with Wireless Users
TR2007-586: People-Centric Urban Sensing: Security Challenges for the New Paradigm
TR2007-588: A Combined Routing Method for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
TR2008-610: Active Behavioral Fingerprinting of Wireless Devices
TR2008-612: Localized Bridging Centrality for Distributed Network Analysis
TR2009-641: A Combined Routing Method for Ad Hoc Wireless Networks
TR2009-658: User survey regarding the needs of network researchers in trace-anonymization tools
TR2010-660: AnonyTL Specification
TR2010-661: On the Reliability of Wireless Fingerprinting using Clock Skews
TR2011-679: Privacy Analysis of User Association Logs in a Large-scale Wireless LAN
TR2011-702: Hide-n-Sense: Privacy-aware secure mHealth sensing
TR2014-747: Vocal resonance as a passive biometric
TR2014-748: ZEBRA: Zero-Effort Bilateral Recurring Authentication (Companion report)
TR2016-789: Wanda: securely introducing mobile devices --- Extended version
TR2018-839: STEM Outreach Activity with Fitbit Wearable Devices
TR2018-842: Investigating Contextual Cues as Indicators for EMA Delivery

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