By Aidong Zhang, Avi Silberschatz, Sharad Mehrotra
Continuous Media Databases brings jointly in a single position very important contributions and updated study ends up in this fast-paced region.
Continuous Media Databases serves as a superb reference, supplying perception into essentially the most not easy examine concerns within the field.
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The ebook is definitely written yet is now extraordinarily old-fashioned. The e-book was once written for GWT model 1. five, yet on the time of my buy GWT 1. 7 used to be the newest liberate. there have been extra modifications than I anticipated. in exactly the 1st 3rd of the ebook i discovered the following:
- applicationCreator. cmd is not any longer a GWT command. it's been changed by way of webAppCreator. cmd
- webAppCreator. cmd creates a special listing constitution than the illustrated examples.
- The default program that GWT generates has changed.
- a brand new occasion version used to be brought in GWT 1. 6. in particular, Listeners are changed with Handlers. you are going to come across this for the 1st time in bankruptcy three.
- whereas i used to be following the workouts utilizing GWT 1. 7, Google published GWT 2. zero which additional obsoleted this variation. the two. zero free up brought a declarative UI with UIBinder. after all that will not be during this e-book. additionally in 2. zero "Development Mode" changed the "Hosted Mode" that's nice yet will confuse the amateur utilizing this booklet as guidance.
The basically method this ebook will be priceless is that if you obtain GWT 1. five to stick with in addition to the examples. i do not be aware of many programmers, amateur or differently, that might be content material to benefit a know-how on an previous free up with deprecated equipment and out of date tooling.
I just like the narratives of the e-book, i admire how it flows, and if the authors ever choose to post a brand new version with GWT 2. zero with an identical variety and accuracy it'll most likely earn 5 stars. regrettably the ebook is just too many releases old-fashioned (which is just too undesirable contemplating it used to be simply Copyrighted in 2008! )
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As expected, the sequential policies perform poorly because they exhibit significantly longer replication times and therefore, are not as responsive to the workload. The injected sequential policy and piggybacked sequential policy have similar performance because there is only a negligible overhead for the piggybacked sequential policy for this large scale VOD system. When the arrival rate is low, the difference on performance among the different policies are not too large due to the fact that the system is only lightly loaded.
El ········13· ...... 3o:--------~10~-------2~0--------~30---------4O~-------~50--------60 Hard Limit on Replication Streams Figure 13. Significance of parallel replication. 51 56 LIE, LUI AND GOLUBCHIK Upper Bound Injected & Piggybacked Parallel Replication Injected Parallel Replication Piggybacked Parallel Replication Injected Sequential Replication Piggybacked Sequential Replication No Replication --<>-_. + .. " .... 2 o~--~----~----~----~----~----~----~--~----~~ o Figure 14. 9 Effect of varying movie popularities distribution.
Comparison of different policies In this section, we compare the performance of various replication policies, and examine the effect of tuning various parameters of the replication algorithm. 3, in this section we disable the de-replication policy and keep the popUlarity distribution constant, which should result in a more fair 48 53 THRESHOLD-BASED DYNAMIC REPLICATION comparison. To measure the performance of the different replication policies, we define the acceptance rate to be the number of accepted customers divided by the number of arrivals during the movie replication period.