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to put or keep out of sight

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a hidden storage space (for money or provisions or weapons)

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a secret store of valuables or money

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(computer science) RAM memory that is set aside as a specialized buffer storage that is continually updated

save up as for future use

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The Joseph and Grunwald study focused primarily on data cache misses, and did not compare Markov prefetching with techniques designed specifically for prefetching instructions.
Many of these cache misses can be avoided if we augment the demand fetch policy of the cache with a data prefetch operation.
The sum of all these costs should be a predictor of cache misses.
Direct cache-miss measurements indicate that the difference in performance is largely due to differences in the number of level-2 cache misses that the two algorithms generate.
Local cache misses that hit in the server cache avoid expensive disk accesses.
Transforming a control-flow graph into a linear sequence of instructions is called the code layout problem; algorithms that attack code layout attempt to reduce cache misses or pipeline stalls in the program by changing the order of basic blocks or procedures [Calder and Grunwald 1994; Hwu and Chang 1989; McFarling 1993; Pettis and Hansen 1990; Torellas et al.
We assume the level-L cache is large enough to hold all of the needed data; therefore there are never any level-L cache misses.
Memory performance can also be measured with hardware-based counters that keep track of events such as cache misses in a running system.
In the trace-driven simulation model, however, instructions may wait at different stages in the pipeline because of resource conflicts, incorrect speculative execution, data dependencies, serialization, cache misses, and many other reasons [2].
The cache server queries the authoritative server for the cache misses DNS question, meanwhile maintains its status as unanswered in a waiting queue.
Cache Misses. Unfortunately, due to the limited size of the cache, three types of cache misses occur in a single processor system: compulsory, capacity, and conflict[3].
These latencies represent the penalty for various types of cache misses. They do not include the overhead of software address translation.
Either way, programmers or compilers need detailed, accurate assessments of when and why cache misses occur.