HW1 Q3 [S19. Wolman99a]

HW1 Q3 [S19. Wolman99a] - compared various various schemes...

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Sheet1 Page 1 b) What is the key, title, and authors of the paper? [Wolman99a] ``On the scale and performance of cooperative Web proxy caching''. Alec Wolman, Geoffrey M. Voelker, Nitin Sharma, Neal Cardwell, Anna Karlin, and Henry M. Levy c) what is the key ideas or claims of the paper (1-2 sentences)? Key ideas about this paper is studying the cooperative performance caching in case of several factors like size of population which depends on other factors like political,geographical and environmental considerations. d) what is the novel about the paper (1 sentence, note that this may be different than your answer to (a))? Studying at a systematic view point in terms of interproxy cooperation using traceback analysis and analytically modelled for higher population sizes for which previous researches are limited. And also
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Unformatted text preview: compared various various schemes in this scenario e) what methodology (or methodologies) does the paper use (1-2 sentences)? Studied using traceback analysis method for small and medium sized practical data and studied analytically for larger data. f) what is one way the paper could best be improved (1-3 sentences)? Paper can be improved in studying for the streaming objects and also analysis on realistic data will be more effective. g) do you consider this paper important or not, and why (1-2 sentences)? It is a good paper as it provides the impact of various factors on the performance of cooperative caching for large client population and compared various schemes. Considers all ranges for the performance of cooperative caching....
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