Lance Titchkosky

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Today, many Web sites dynamically generate responses "on the fly" when user requests are received. In this paper, we experimentally evaluate the impact of three different dynamic content technologies (Perl, PHP, and Java) on Web server performance. We quantify achievable performance first for static content serving, and then for dynamic content generation,(More)
When the World-Wide Web was first created, the content on most Web sites was simply a collection of static files. Today, many Web sites dynamically generate responses “on the fly” when user requests are received. Dynamic creation of content provides a Web interface to information stored in databases, enabling the personalization of pages according to(More)
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