ACME: Adaptive Caching Using Multiple Experts

  title={ACME: Adaptive Caching Using Multiple Experts},
  author={Ismail Ari and Ahmed M Amer and Robert B. Gramacy and Ethan L. Miller and Scott A. Brandt and Darrell D. E. Long},
The gap between CPU speeds and the speed of the technologies providing the data is increasing. As a result, latency and bandwidth to needed data is limited by the performance of the storage devices and the networks that connect them to the CPU. Distributed caching techniques are often used to reduce the penalties associated with such caching; however, such techniques need further development to be truly integrated into the network. This paper describes the preliminary design of an adaptive… CONTINUE READING
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