Markus J. Kaiser

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Proxy servers are common solutions to relieve organizational networks from heavy traffic by storing the most frequently referenced web objects in their local cache. These proxies are commonly known as cooperative proxy systems and are usually organized in such a way as to optimize the utilization of their storage capacity. However, the design of the(More)
We have shown previously that our Adaptive Distributed Caching (ADC) algorithm is able to compete with typical hashing based approaches in the realm of distributed proxy systems. In our first approach, we allowed the algorithm to run with the assumption of unlimited system resources (e.g. physical RAM). In this paper we introduce an extension to ADC, which(More)
A self-organized approach to manage a distributed proxy system called Adaptive Distributed Caching (ADC) has been proposed previously. We model each proxy as an autonomous agent that is equipped to decide how to deal with client requests using local information. Experimental results show that our ADC algorithm is able to compete with typical hashing based(More)
With the increasing size of the Internet, proxy servers have emerged as a feasible way to reduce the overall network load and latency. More recently researchers focused on new ways to combine multiple cooperative proxies into one transparent proxy system to further increase the overall performance gain, but no work so far was really able to propose an ideal(More)
In order to deal with the accompanying challenges, organization must embrace latest information technology, e-business and the internet that allow increasingly better opportunities for assisting with supply chain management and improving business performance. Supply chain management, a management method to optimize system-wide costs has evolved as an(More)
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