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Performance and Dependability Symposium

DSN-PDS 2008

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Analytic modeling techniques
Data analysis
Database and transactional systems
Dependability assessment tools
Dependability benchmarking
Distributed systems
E-commerce systems
Embedded systems
Hardware and computer architecture
Intrusion tolerance
IT management
Measurement studies and techniques
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Multimedia systems
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Self-managing systems
Sensor systems
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Software reliability
Storage systems
Testing, validation and verification
Wireless and mobile systems

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