Performance Metrics and Models for Shared Cache

@article{Ding2014PerformanceMA,
  title={Performance Metrics and Models for Shared Cache},
  author={Chen Ding and Xiaoya Xiang and Bin Bao and Hao Luo and Yingwei Luo and Xiaolin Wang},
  journal={Journal of Computer Science and Technology},
  year={2014},
  volume={29},
  pages={692-712}
}
Performance metrics and models are prerequisites for scientific understanding and optimization. This paper introduces a new footprint-based theory and reviews the research in the past four decades leading to the new theory. The review groups the past work into metrics and their models in particular those of the reuse distance, metrics conversion, models of shared cache, performance and optimization, and other related techniques. 

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