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prefetch

To bring data or instructions into a higher-speed storage or memory before it is actually processed. See cache.
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A less explored method of increasing speed is through prefetching of assets which will be used in the near future.
In this paper we going to analyze and understand the performance of the different prefetching techniques in the P2P video streaming.
Prefetching refers to a processor's ability to fetch data from its stored location before it is actually needed.
An intelligent prefetching system is designed to ensure the system runs at in-memory speeds, even if only a fraction of the database fits in memory.
As part of the AppSpeed portfolio, Multi-page Predictive Prefetching and Mobile App Acceleration together improve the performance of every app, whether it is a desktop, mobile or native IOS or Android application.
Furthermore, with the help of advanced technologies such as data prefetching, speculative execution, universal memory, no-copy data transfer, 3D NoC, etc.
The method obtains a slightly better behavior than CSR-vector by padding rows with zeros to increase data regularity, using parallel reduction techniques, and prefetching data to hide global memory accesses.
The loading should be done by the Contractor, including the prefetching from the transfer space.
For the subsequent CUDA versions, the Nvidia Company intends to bring more hardware and software improvements regarding the flexibility and performance of applications based on the Unified Memory, by adding features related to data prefetching, migration hints and support for a wider variety of operating systems (5).
According to Jon Foran, MD, a radiologist at Hill, some of the key features included a unified worklist to display images from multiple PACS on a single viewer, a system capable of prefetching images outside of the facility, and merging priors in a federated worklist in order to see relevant priors regardless of where they are generated.
Second, the noises introduced by the hardware features and software features, such as TLB (Translation Lookaside Buffers) misses, hardware prefetching, VMM (Virtual Machine Monitor) scheduling, etc.
Traditional DSA services often include TCP optimization, route optimization, connection management, on-the-fly compression, SSL offloading, and prefetching technologies.