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OrganizationBased Analysis of WebObject Sharing and Caching Alec Wolman, Geoff Voelker, Nitin Sharma, Neal Cardwell, Molly Brown,
 

Summary: Organization­Based Analysis of Web­Object Sharing and Caching
Alec Wolman, Geoff Voelker, Nitin Sharma, Neal Cardwell, Molly Brown,
Tashana Landray, Denise Pinnel, Anna Karlin, Henry Levy
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of Washington
Abstract
Performance­enhancing mechanisms in the World Wide
Web primarily exploit repeated requests to Web docu­
ments by multiple clients. However, little is known about
patterns of shared document access, particularly from di­
verse client populations. The principal goal of this pa­
per is to examine the sharing of Web documents from an
organizational point of view. An organizational analy­
sis of sharing is important, because caching is often per­
formed on an organizational basis; i.e., proxies are typi­
cally placed in front of large and small companies, uni­
versities, departments, and so on. Unfortunately, simul­
taneous multi­organizational traces do not currently exist
and are difficult to obtain in practice.
The goal of this paper is to explore the extent of doc­

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences