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What makes a good OS page replacement scheme for Smart-Phones?

By Hyojun Kim, Moonkyung Ryu and Umakishore Ramach


A significant percentage of the population in the developed world rely on smart-phones as their primary (and often the only) source of information access. Smartphones are starting to have comparable power to regular computers; e.g., the latest smart-phone has a dual core 1 GHz processor as well as 1 Gbytes of main memory capacity already. On the other hand, the technology used for storage on smart-phones lags significantly behind that used on regular computers. Inexpensive flash storage is the norm for smart-phone because of the limitations of size, cost, and power consumption. Such low-end flash storage exhibits very different performance characteristics relative to the traditional hard drive; plus the current smart-phone operating systems are not engineered to support flash storage adequately. Consequently, flas

Year: 2014
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