Using speculation to reduce server load and service time on the WWW

@inproceedings{Bestavros1995UsingST,
  title={Using speculation to reduce server load and service time on the WWW},
  author={Azer Bestavros},
  booktitle={CIKM '95},
  year={1995}
}
Abstract Speculative service implies that a client''s request for a document is serviced by sending, in addition to the document requested, a number of other documents that the server speculates will be requested by the client in the near future. This speculation is based on statistical information that the server maintains for each document it serves. The notion of speculative service is analogous to prefetching, which is used to improve cache performance in distributed/parallel shared memory… CONTINUE READING

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