A Content-Based Multilevel Caching Policy for Super-Peer Networks
We propose a novel scheme, called Content-based Multilevel Caching Policy (CMCP) for super-peer networks that support hierarchical P2P architecture. Peers share information according the content between peers and between shared files to self-organise into clustered groups. Simulation experiments show that the CMCP policy achieves significant improvements in terms of access latency and global cache hit ratio.
Y. S. Tan and Y. T. Wu, "A Content-Based Multilevel Caching Policy for Super-Peer Networks", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 255-260, pp. 2238-2241, 2011