by anandeep on December 19, 2006 12:35pm
Archana Ganapathi is a Computer Science graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley.
Archana has been working in the area of Empirical Computer Science (which relies on real data rather than theory or simulation) and some of her research is on computer crashes. She worked on collecting data on Windows crashes and is in general interested in the idea of using real data to advance Computer Science.
Here home page is http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~archanag/ . Her paper on Windows crashes is “Crash Data Collection: A Windows Case Study” and another interesting paper she has written is “Why do Internet services fail, and what can be done about it? “
The Open Data Repository link referenced in the video is </FONTUNDERLINE: single>http://institutes.lanl.gov/data/. This is a temporary link with a public data set as there is currently not an official link for the repository that will eventually be hosted by USENIX. We’ll be sure to pass along the official link as soon as it is available.