Research Interests - Dwight Makaroff

Faculty Lifetime

My current research interests involve the following:

Student Lifetime

My thesis from UBC in 1998 was entitled Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of a Continuous Media File-Server for High-Speed Networks. The major areas of research covered are: distributed systems, application-layer communication protocols, and multimedia systems. I continue to be interested in network and distributed applications for multimedia, and operating systems design.

A copy of my Ph. D. Thesis is available on-line.

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, I did my M. Sc. (actually, it was here at the University of Saskatchewan). My thesis was entitled Disk Caches in Distributed Systems, which was completed in August 1988.

Last Update to this page: April 26, 2015