|Title||FRES-CAR: An Adaptive Cache Replacement Policy|
|Publication Type||Conference Paper|
|Year of Publication||2005|
|Authors||Pallis, George, Athena Vakali, and Eythimis Sidiropoulos|
|Publisher||IEEE Computer Society|
Caching Web objects has become a common practicetowards improving content delivery and usersâ€™ servicing.A Web caching framework is characterized by its cachereplacement policy, which identifies the objects (i.e. theelements on a Web page, which include text, graphics,and scripts) to be replaced in a cache upon a requestarrival. In this paper, we present a cache replacementalgorithm (so-called FRES-CAR), which identifies theobjects that should be evicted by considering togetherthree important criteria: objectâ€™s frequency, recency andsize. Experimentation under synthetic workloads hasshown that FRES-CAR achieves higher hit rates whencompared with the most popular and existing algorithms.
FRES-CAR: An Adaptive Cache Replacement Policy