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Cache Replacement and Coherence Policies Depending on Data Significance in Mobile Computing Environments
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Cache Replacement and Coherence Policies Depending on Data Significance in Mobile Computing Environments
Kim, Sam-Geun; Kim, Hyung-Ho; Ahn, Jae-Geun;
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 Abstract
Recently, mobile computing environments are becoming rapidly common. This trend emphasizes the necessity of accessing database systems on fixed networks from mobile platforms via wireless networks. However, it is not an appropriate way that applies the database access methods for traditional computing environments to mobile computing environments because of their essential restrictions. This paper suggests a new agent-based mobile database access model and also two functions calculating data significance scores to choose suitable data items for cache replacement and coherence policies. These functions synthetically reflect access term, access frequency and tendency, update frequency and tendency, and data item size distribution. As the result of simulation experiment, our policies outperform LRU, LIX, and SAIU policies in aspects of decrement of access latency, improvement of cache byte hit ratio, and decrease of cache byte pollution ratio.
 Keywords
Cache Replacement;Coherence;Mobile;Database;
 Language
Korean
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