CFP taxonomy of the approaches for dynamic web content acceleration
Source9th East European Conference on Advances in Databases and Information Systems, ADBIS 2005
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Approximately a decade since it was first introduced, dynamic Web content technology has been gaining in popularity over static means for content dissemination. Its rising demand for computational and network resources has driven researchers into developing a plethora of approaches toward efficient content generation and delivery. Motivated by the lack of a comprehensive study on this research area, we introduce a novel research-charting, semi-formal framework called the CFP Framework, on which we survey and compare past and present approaches for dynamic Web content acceleration. Our framework not only serves as a reference map for researchers toward understanding the evolution of research on this particular area, but also reveals research trends toward developing the next generation of dynamic Web content middlewares. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2005.