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Web Content Caching and Distribution: Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop / Edition 1
     

Web Content Caching and Distribution: Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop / Edition 1

by Fred Douglis, Brian D. Davison
 

ISBN-10: 1402022573

ISBN-13: 9781402022579

Pub. Date: 08/10/2004

Publisher: Springer Netherlands

Web caching and content delivery technologies provide the infrastructure on which systems are built for the scalable distribution of information. This proceedings of the eighth annual workshop, captures a cross-section of the latest issues and techniques of interest to network architects and researchers in large-scale content delivery. Topics covered include the

Overview

Web caching and content delivery technologies provide the infrastructure on which systems are built for the scalable distribution of information. This proceedings of the eighth annual workshop, captures a cross-section of the latest issues and techniques of interest to network architects and researchers in large-scale content delivery. Topics covered include the distribution of streaming multimedia, edge caching and computation, multicast, delivery of dynamic content, enterprise content delivery, streaming proxies and servers, content transcoding, replication and caching strategies, peer-to-peer content delivery, and Web prefetching. Web Content Caching and Distribution encompasses all areas relating to the intersection of storage and networking for Internet content services. The book is divided into eight parts: mobility, applications, architectures, multimedia, customization, peer-to-peer, performance and measurement, and delta encoding.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781402022579
Publisher:
Springer Netherlands
Publication date:
08/10/2004
Edition description:
2004
Pages:
346
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

A Message from the Workshop Chairs. Credits. Contributing Authors. 1: Mobility. Mobility-aware server selection for mobile streaming multimedia content distribution networks; M.M. Bin Tariq, et al. Performance of PEPs in cellular wireless networks; P. Rodriguez, V. Fridman. 2: Applications. Edge caching for directory based Web applications: Algorithms and performance; A. Kumar, R. Gupta. Computing on the edge: A platform for replicating Internet applications; M. Rabinovich, et al. Scalable consistency maintenance for edge query caches: Exploiting templates in Web applications; K. Amiri, et al. 3: Architectures. Proxy+: Simple proxy augmentation for dynamic content processing; Chun Yuan, et al. Synopsis: Multicast cloud with integrated multicast and unicast content distribution routing; Dan Li, et al. Synopsis: A large enterprise content distribution network: Design, implementation and operation; J. Van der Merwe, et al. Synopsis: Architectural choices for video-on-demand systems; A. Al Hamra, et al. 4: Multimedia. Dynamic cache reconfiguration strategies for cluster-based streaming proxy; Yang Guo, et al. Stream engine: A new kernel interface for high-performance Internet streaming servers; J. Lemon, et al. Streaming flow analyses for pre-fetching in segment-based proxy caching to improve delivery quality; Songqing Chen, et al. 5: Customization. Subscription-enhanced content delivery; Mao Chen, et al. Cooperative architectures and algorithms for discovery and transcoding of multi-version content; C. Canali, et al. Synopsis: User specific request redirection in a content delivery network; S. Rangarajan, et al. 6: Peer-to-Peer. Friendships that last: Peer lifespan and its role in P2P prools; F.E. Bustamente, Yi Qiao. Synopsis: A fine-grained peer sharing technique for delivering large media files over the Internet; Mengkun Yang, Zongming Fei. 7: Performance and Measurement. Proxy-cache aware object bundling for Web access acceleration; Chi Hung Chi, et al. Synopsis: A case for dynamic selection of replication and caching strategies; S. Sivasubramanian, et al. Synopsis: Link prefetching in Mozilla: A server-driven approach; D. Fisher, G. Sakensa. Synopsis: A generalized model for characterizing content modification dynamics of Web objects; Chi Hung Chi, HongGuang Wang. 8: Delta Encoding. Server-friendly delta compression for efficient Web access; A. Savant, T. Suel. Evaluation of ESI and class-based delta encoding; M. Naaman, et al. Author Index.

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