Maximizing Efficiency by Trading Storage for Computation

@inproceedings{Adams2009MaximizingEB,
  title={Maximizing Efficiency by Trading Storage for Computation},
  author={Ian F. Adams and Darrell D. E. Long and Ethan L. Miller and Shankar Pasupathy and Mark W. Storer},
  booktitle={HotCloud},
  year={2009}
}
Traditionally, computing has meant calculating results and then storing those results for later use. Unfortunately, committing large volumes of rarely used data to storage wastes space and energy, making it a very expensive strategy. Cloud computing, with its readily available and flexibly allocatable computing resources, suggests an alternative: storing the provenance data, and means to recomputing results as needed. While computation and storage are equivalent, finding the balance between the… CONTINUE READING
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