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Caching frequently accessed data is an important technique that allows performance improvement of a system by providing reusability of data in wired and wireless data dissemination environments. Also caching is a major step in system designing to achieve high performance in areas like WWW, operating systems, databases and LDIS of wireless environments. In this paper, the authors propose a cache replacement policy called H-CRP that allows clients in wired and wireless environment to perform extremely well when compared to other existing replacement policies.
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