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WWW Cache Updating: An Active Networking Approach

By Rohan De Silva, William Dewar and Graham Low

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Abstract:- In this paper, we present a new method to improve cache updating in active networks. In e-commerce applications and financial market services, information contained in the objects delivered by the server to the clients can rapidly change with time. Therefore, the challenge is not only to locate a cache that contains the required object but also to select the most current version of the object out of all the possible caches. While there are few approaches to locate the cache objects in the Internet in the case of static objects, extension of these methods to rapidly changing objects is not straightforward. As such, the researchers are attempting to provide a solution using active networking concepts. In our approach, we store the mean of the update interval of the objects for all peer caches and use this mean to locate the best possible version of the object. Key-Words:- Internet caching, Active networks, dynamic objects

Year: 2014
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