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Object replication algorithms for World Wide Web
Object replication is a well-known technique to improve the accessibility of the Web sites. It generally offers reduced client latencies and increases a site's availability. However, applying replication techniques is not ...
Dynamic replication of web contents
The phenomenal growth of the World Wide Web has brought huge increase in the traffic to the popular web sites. Long delays and denial of service experienced by the end-users, especially during the peak hours, continues to ...
Object grouping and replication algorithms for Word Wide Web
This paper presents an algorithm to group correlated objects that are most likely to be requested by a client in a single session. Based on these groups, a centralized algorithm that determines the placements of objects ...
Task allocation algorithms for maximizing reliability of heterogeneous distributed computing systems
The rapid progress of microprocessor and communication technologies has made the distributed computing system economically attractive for many computer applications. One of the first problems encountered in the operation ...
Replicating web contents using a hybrid particle swarm optimization
We consider the problem of placing copies of objects in a distributed web server system to minimize the cost of serving read and write requests when the web servers have limited storage capacities. We formulate the problem ...