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Pre-eminent Performance in a Multi-Cache Memory with all Level Replacement: An Analytical Study

Journal of Applied Information Science

Volume 1 Issue 2

Published: 2013
Author(s) Name: Rasmi Prakash Swain, Debabala Swain, Bijay Paikaray | Author(s) Affiliation: Dept. of Computer Science & Engg Centurion University of Technology & Management Bhubaneswar, Odisha
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Cache memory is a high speed & fast memory. It can reduce the speed in between memory & processor. CPU takes the help of different level of cache memory to find the adequate data. If it not finds the data in level 1 cache. L1 then it access L2. For the assessment of data different page replacement algorithms are used. The replacement algorithms which works efficiently on L1 may not be as efficient on L2. So different access patterns are required. Cache memory works with principle called principle of locality. Whenever a page/word/block is requested from CPU, first of all it is searched on L1 if the required page is found in L1 it is a hit else a miss. When L1 is saturated and it is a miss then a block from L1 is to be evicted to create a space for the required page. Different page replacement algorithms such as LRU, LFU and FIFO are used on various pairs of cache hierarchy for result analysis. This paper motivates the new researchers to develop a new novel replacement algorithm that can be tested with performance superior to other existing algorithms.

Keywords: Multi-cache Performance, All Level Replacement, L1 & L 2 Locality

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