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Adaptive replacement cache

Known as: ARC 
Adaptive Replacement Cache (ARC) is a page replacement algorithm with better performance than LRU (least recently used) developed at the IBM Almaden… 
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2017
2017
We are developing and improving algorithms to identify audio fingerprints (AFP) in a network router. Staged Locality Sensitive… 
2015
2015
Adaptive Replacement Cache (ARC) and CLOCK with Adaptive Replacement (CAR) are state-of-the- art "adaptive" cache replacement… 
2014
2014
Management of data with a time dimension increases the overhead of storage and query processing in large database applications… 
2014
2014
In this work, the performance of 5 representative caching replacement policies was investigated and compared for caching Internet… 
2011
2011
Buffer caches are used to enhance the performance of file or storage systems by reducing I/O requests to underlying storage media… 
2009
2009
As the performance gap between disks and processors continues to increase, dozens of cache replacement policies come up to handle… 
Highly Cited
2005
Highly Cited
2005
Sequentiality of reference is an ubiquitous access pattern dating back at least to Multics. Sequential workloads lend themselves… 
Highly Cited
2004
Highly Cited
2004
The self-tuning, low-overhead, scan-resistant adaptive replacement cache algorithm outperforms the least-recently-used algorithm… 
Highly Cited
2004
Highly Cited
2004
CLOCK is a classical cache replacement policy dating back to 1968 that was proposed as a low-complexity approximation to LRU. On… 
Highly Cited
2003
Highly Cited
2003
We consider the problem of cache management in a demand paging scenario with uniform page sizes. We propose a new cache…