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Analysis and Predictability of Page Replacement Techniques towards Optimized Performance

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Author(s): Debabrata Swain | Bancha Nidhi Dash | Debendra O Shamkuwar | Debabala Swain

Journal: International Journal of Computer Applications
ISSN 0975-8887

Volume: icrtitcs;
Issue: 3;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: Memory Management | Cache Performance | Replacement Policy | Hit Ratio Analysis

ABSTRACT
Caching is a fundamental technique commonly employed to hide the latency gap between memory and the CPU by exploiting locality in memory accesses. On today's architectures a cache miss may cost several hundred CPU cycles [1]. In a two-level memory hierarchy, a cache performs faster than auxiliary storage, but is more expensive. Cost concerns thus usually limit cache size to a fraction of the auxiliary memory's size. This paper represents a comparative predictability about some of the traditional and new replacement techniques in contrast with OPTIMAL replacement technique.
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