Improving Usability via Access Decomposition and Policy Refinement

Abstract

Commodity operating systems fail to meet the security, resource management and integration expectations of users. We propose a unified solution based on a capability framework as it supports fine grained objects, straightforward access propagation and virtualizable interfaces and explore how to improve resource use via access decomposition and policy refinement with minimum interposition. We argue that only a small static number of scheduling policies are needed in practice and advocate hierarchical policy specification and central realization.

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@inproceedings{Walfield2007ImprovingUV, title={Improving Usability via Access Decomposition and Policy Refinement}, author={Neal H. Walfield and Marcus Brinkmann}, year={2007} }