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Exploiting Client Caches: An Approach to Building Large Web Caches

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Exploiting Client Caches: An Approach to Building Large Web Caches
New demands brought by the continuing growth of the Internet will be met in part by more effective and comprehensive use of caching. This paper proposes to exploit client browser caches in cooperative proxy caching by constructing the client caches within each organization (e.g., corporate networks) as a large peer-to-peer client cache. Via trace-driven simulations we evaluate the potential performance benefit of cooperative proxy caching with/without exploiting client caches. We show that exploiting client caches in cooperative proxy caching can significantly improve performance, particularly when the size of individual proxy caches is limited compared to the universe of Web objects. We further devise a cooperative hierarchical greedy-dual replacement algorithm (Hier-GD), which not only provides some cache coordination but also utilizes client caches. Through Hier-GD, we explore the design issues of how to exploit client caches in cooperative proxy caching to build large Web caches...
Yingwu Zhu, Yiming Hu
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ICPP
Authors Yingwu Zhu, Yiming Hu
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