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000192942 037__ $$aREP_WORK
000192942 245__ $$aAn Overview of the Singularity Project
000192942 269__ $$a2005
000192942 260__ $$bMicrosoft Research$$c2005
000192942 336__ $$aReports
000192942 520__ $$aAbstract. Singularity is a research project in Microsoft Research that started with the question: what would a software platform look like if it was designed from scratch with the primary goal of dependability? Singularity is working to answer this question by building on advances in programming languages and tools to develop a new system architecture and operating system (named Singularity), with the aim of producing a more robust and dependable software platform. Singularity demonstrates the practicality of new technologies and architectural decisions, which should lead to the construction of more robust and dependable systems.
000192942 700__ $$aHunt, Galen
000192942 700__ $$aLarus, James
000192942 700__ $$aAbadi, Martín
000192942 700__ $$aAiken, Mark
000192942 700__ $$aBarham, Paul
000192942 700__ $$aFähndrich, Manuel
000192942 700__ $$aHawblitzel, Chris
000192942 700__ $$aHodson, Orion
000192942 700__ $$aLevi, Steven
000192942 700__ $$aMurphy, Nick
000192942 700__ $$aSteensgaard, Bjarne
000192942 700__ $$aTarditi, David
000192942 700__ $$aWobber, Ted
000192942 700__ $$aZill, Brian
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000192942 937__ $$aEPFL-REPORT-192942
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000192942 980__ $$aREPORT