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With different kinds of terminal clients coming up, adaptive content delivery is a hot research topic. The proxy, or the intermediary server, is often chosen to do the function of producing "adaptive" contents in real time. Admittedly, those resolutions addressed the adaptive aspect of content delivery very well. However, they did not make full use of another proxy's important character, which is caching. In this paper, we concern mainly about caching the adaptive content. The object in ourdoi:10.1109/csse.2008.413 dblp:conf/csse/Li08a fatcat:36vhcsxohvbg3damfl4xjbvtry