The LSAM Proxy Cache uses multicast push of related web pages, based on automatically-selected interest groups, to load caches at natural network aggregation points. The proxy is designed to reduce server and network load,
and increase client performance.
- See the LPC in action. (DEPRECATED)
(no userID or password is required for demo mode – just click “OK”)
- Joe Touch. Project Leader. Coordinating overall proxy architecture, and performing research on channel management and environment analysis. Earlier work focused on Intelligent Bandwidth research.
- John Heidemann. Researching object performance issues. Earlier work focused on replication and transport performance research.
- Ted Faber. Researching mobility issues.
- Anne Hutton. Researching channel management and environment analysis. Earlier work focused on overall system integration and performance.
- Steve Hotz. Researching request routing and cut-through.
- Greg Finn. Researching channel management and environment analysis.
- LSAM Graduate student researchers:
- Amy Hughes. Graduate student researching dynamic cache systems. Earlier work focused on multicast cache configuration.
- Lars Eggert. Graduate student researching object scheduling. Earlier work focused on TCP control block sharing.
- Wei Yue. Graduate student researching multicast channel configuration issues.
- Stephen Suryaputra. Graduate student researching routing issues.
- Vikram Visweswaraiah. Graduate student researching replication issues.
- Anand Oswal. Graduate student researching reliable multicast transport protocols.
- Affilliated Researchers:
- Katia Obraczka. Earlier work focused on intelligent bandwidth and transport protocol performance research.
- Brian Tung. Earlier work focused on security research.