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By Budiarto Shojiro Nishio


Buffer management has become one of the performance critical mechanisms in system softwares such as databases. So far, most of the existing buffer management policies are focusing only to access parameters of physical buffer unit such as page and object. Unfortunately, this is limiting our chance to get more performance of buffer management in some systems where more information are available. In this paper, we propose a buffer management algorithm for 3D navigation systems called LAFF. LAFF exploits the set-oriented accesses in 3D navigation systems as hints for predicting next accesses. Via simulation study, we show that the performance of LAFF surpasses that of LRU and LRUK policies significantly

Year: 2011
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