The potential costs and benefits of long-term prefetching for content distribution

@article{Venkataramani2002ThePC,
  title={The potential costs and benefits of long-term prefetching for content distribution},
  author={Arun Venkataramani and Praveen Yalagandula and Ravi Kokku and Sadia Sharif and Michael Dahlin},
  journal={Computer Communications},
  year={2002},
  volume={25},
  pages={367-375}
}
This paper examines the costs and potential benefits of longterm prefetching for content distribution. In contrast with traditional short-term prefetching, in whic h caches use recent access history to predict and prefetch objects likely to be referenced in the near future, long-term prefetching uses long-term steadystate object access rates and update frequencies to identif y objects to replicate to content distribution locations. Compared to demand caching, long-term prefetch ing increases… CONTINUE READING
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