Deriving and comparing deduplication techniques using a model-based classification

@inproceedings{Kaiser2015DerivingAC,
  title={Deriving and comparing deduplication techniques using a model-based classification},
  author={J{\"u}rgen Kaiser and Andr{\'e} Brinkmann and Tim S{\"u}{\ss} and Dirk Meister},
  booktitle={EuroSys},
  year={2015}
}
Data deduplication has been a hot research topic and a large number of systems have been developed. These systems are usually seen as an inherently linked set of characteristics. However, a detailed analysis shows independent concepts that can be used in other systems. In this work, we perform this analysis on the main representatives of deduplication systems. We embed the results in a model, which shows two yet unexplored combinations of characteristics. In addition, the model enables a… CONTINUE READING

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