Operating system issues in future end-user systems

  title={Operating system issues in future end-user systems},
  author={Kimmo E. E. Raatikainen},
  journal={2005 IEEE 16th International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications},
  pages={2794-2800 Vol. 4}
Traditional monolithic operating systems have conceptually remained almost unchanged since the UNIX, that is, since the late 70s. Several experimental operating systems from the research community have been based on alternative paradigms. Today we are facing the dawn of mobile or wireless Internet. This new operational environment calls for new solutions. We discuss four significant research issues for future end-user systems: self-awareness, detection and notifications, system integrity, and… CONTINUE READING


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