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 Proceedings Third Workshop on Workstation Operating Systems
Thi.-d~o'-kr. %zt hcl bn cpz,:cvc-d for pub-lic s.Ic e~ id ic;its 92-26536 Abstract Many contemporary operating systems utilize a system call interface between the operating system and its clients. Increasing numbers of systems are providing low-level mechanisms for intercepting and handling system calls in user code. Nonetheless, they typically provide no higher-level tools or abstractions for effectively utilizing these mechanisms. Using them has typically required reimplementation of adoi:10.1109/wwos.1992.275680 fatcat:j7ttizzwr5h5fh5armmbdeakxa