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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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The loading should be done by the Contractor, including the prefetching from the transfer space.
E[sz] The tools enable comparison with different prefetching methods against different types of operations.
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.
Mach7's flagship Enterprise Clinical Image Management solution, Keystone Suite, is composed of innovative and sophisticated technology designed for vendor-neutral archiving (VNA), intelligent routing and prefetching of relevant medical images, clinical viewing and complete image management.
A keyword-based semantic prefetching approach in Internet news services.
The second technique relies on a set of criteria we developed for determining when prefetching will boost performance and should be utilized," Solihin added.
One of the ways to expedite core performance is called prefetching.
Exinda reduces application latency and improves the overall quality of user experience using methods such as: Layer 4 transport optimization, compression, localized caching, application streamlining using methods such as prefetching data to further maximize network capacity and improve application performance.
A group of chapters on I/O prefetching covers sequential file prefetching in Linux, and peer-based collaborative caching and prefetching in mobile broadcast.
Krishnan, Optimal Prefetching via Data Compression, J.
In addition to the system's versatile routing capabilities, are prefetching and auto routing capabilities.
Overall system performance is maintained by an efficient class prefetching algorithm, client and server caching, a simple database schema, and judicious threading.