Changes in Web client access patterns: Characteristics and caching implications

@article{Barford1999ChangesIW,
  title={Changes in Web client access patterns: Characteristics and caching implications},
  author={Paul Barford and Azer Bestavros and Adam Bradley and Mark Crovella},
  journal={World Wide Web},
  year={1999},
  volume={2},
  pages={15-28}
}
Understanding the nature of the workloads and system demands created by users of the World Wide Web is crucial to properly designing and provisioning Web services. Previous measurements of Web client workloads have been shown to exhibit a number of characteristic features; however, it is not clear how those features may be changing with time. In this study we compare two measurements of Web client workloads separated in time by three years, both captured from the same computing facility at… CONTINUE READING
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