A Simple Yet Robust Caching Algorithm Based on Dynamic Access Patterns

  title={A Simple Yet Robust Caching Algorithm Based on Dynamic Access Patterns},
  author={James E. Pitkow and Margaret M. Recker},
The World-Wide Web continues its remarkable and seemingly unregulated growth. This growth has seen a corresponding increase in network loads and user response times. One common approach for improving the retrieval rate of large, distributed documents is via caching. In this paper, we present a caching algorithm that flexibly adapt its parameters to the hit rates and access patterns of users requesting documents. The algorithm is derived from an analysis of user accesses in a WWW database. In… CONTINUE READING


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