Caching and Consistency, a Solution in RLL-1

@inproceedings{Chalupsky1987CachingAC,
  title={Caching and Consistency, a Solution in RLL-1},
  author={Hans Chalupsky},
  booktitle={{\"O}GAI},
  year={1987}
}
Caching is a term adopted from hardware technology. In the virtual memory hierarchy of a conventional computer the cache memory is a small, very fast memory located near the CPU, which is almost as fast as the CPU’s registers. This architecture assumes that a high percentage of memory accesses can be directly satisfied by the cache, and that this in total saves more time than is lost due to paging between cache and main memory. 

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