Assessment of Content Distribution in Wireless Systems

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Provided by: International Journal of Reviews on Recent Electronics and Computer Science (IJRRECS)
Topic: Enterprise Software
Format: PDF
Generally users can put up two kinds of requests, such as elastic requests that contain no delay constraints, and inelastic requests that contain an inflexible delay constraint. A perception of wireless content distribution was shown in which there are numerous cellular base stations each of which encompass a cache for storing of content. Content is typically partitioned into two disjoint sets of inelastic as well as elastic content. Elastic users do not hold stable deadline, and these users appear, make a request, are served, and leave.
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