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  • Adaptive schemes for distributed web caching 

    Bakiras, S.; Loukopoulos, T.; Papadias, D.; Ahmad, I. (2005)
    In distributed web caching architectures, institutional proxies take advantage of their neighbors' contents in order to reduce the number of requests forwarded to the server. Intuitively, the maximum benefit from this ...
  • Continuous replica placement schemes in distributed systems 

    Loukopoulos, T.; Lampsas, P.; Ahmad, I. (2005)
    The Replica Placement Problem (RPP) aims at creating a set of duplicated data objects across the nodes of a distributed system in order to optimize certain criteria. Typically, RPP formulations fall into two categories: ...
  • Policies for caching OLAP queries in Internet proxies 

    Loukopoulos, T.; Ahmad, I. (2006)
    The Internet now offers more than just simple information to the users. Decision makers can now issue analytical, as opposed to transactional, queries that involve massive data (such as, aggregations of millions of rows ...