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Oschatz, Quentin (author)
This paper explores algorithms to optimize networked caching, where requests for files can be handled by a local cache instead of a remote server. Caches work collaboratively to prevent redundant caching, and each new batch of file requests is used to update the entire network. Data is cached in an integral manner, meaning that only discrete...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Admiraal, Gijs (author)
The advent of wireless networks such as content distribution networks and edge computing networks calls for more effective online caching policies. Traditional policies lose performance since these new networks deal with highly non-stationary requests and frequent popularity shifts. Consequently, a new framework called Online Convex Optimization...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Lam, Koen (author)
In recent years, researchers proposed several universal caching policies. These universal caching policies aim to work well with any request sequence. However, with this universal well-working property, these caching policies sometimes do not work as well as conventional caching policies such as Least-Recently-Used and Least-Frequently-Used....
master thesis 2022
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Talluri, Sacheendra (author)
The proliferation of big-data processing platforms has already led to radically different system designs, such as MapReduce and the newer Spark. Understanding the workloads of such systems enables tuning and could foster new designs. However, whereas MapReduce workloads have been characterized extensively, relatively little public knowledge...
master thesis 2018
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