Friday, 25 April 2008

An Intelligent Cache System Paper Presentation

An Intelligent Cache System
Cache memory is a key mechanism for improving overall system performance. A cache exploits the locality inherent in the reference stream of the typical application. Two primary type of locality are available and the degrees to which they can be exploited depend on the program input characteristic. Temporal locality relies on the greater probability that recently accessed data will be accessed in near future. Spatial locality refers to the tendency for adjacent or nearby locations to be reference together in time. Download Presentation

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