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We are witnessing two trends in Web content access: (a) increasing amounts of dynamic and personalized Web content, and (b) a significant growth in “on-the-move” access using various mobile resource-constrained devices by nomadic users. Web caching and the content distribution network (CDN) are popular solutions for improving Web access latency and have the(More)
Peer-to-peer Web caching has attracted a great attention from the research community recently, and is one of the potential peer-topeer applications. In this paper, we systematically examine the three orthogonal dimensions to design a peer-to-peer Web caching system, including the caching algorithm, the document lookup algorithm, and the peer granularity. In(More)
In this paper, we systematically examine the design space of peer-to-peer Web caching systems in three orthogonal dimensions: the caching algorithm, the document lookup algorithm, and the peer granularity. Based on the observation that the traditional URL-based caching algorithm suffers considerably from the fact of cacheability decrease caused by the fast(More)
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