Vegard Holmedahl

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We investigate the issues involved in developing a scalable World Wide Web (WWW) server on a cluster of workstations and parallel machines, using the Hypertext Transport Protocol (HTTP). The main objective is to strengthen the processing capabilities of such a server by utilizing the power of multicomputers to match huge demands in simultaneous access(More)
In this paper we propose a new method for improving the average response time of Web servers by cooperatively caching the results of requests for dynamic content. The work is motivated by our recent study of access logs from the Alexandria Digital Library server at UCSB, which demonstrates that approximately a 30 percent decrease in average response time(More)
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