Edward Chang, Hector Garcia-Molina
1997 Proceedings of the fifth ACM international conference on Multimedia - MULTIMEDIA '97  
Interactive multimedia applications require fast response time. Traditional disk scheduling schemes can incur high latencies, and caching data in memory to reduce latency is usually not feasible, especially if fast-scans need to be supported. In this study we propose a disk-based solution called BubbleUp. It significantly reduces the initial latency for new requests, as well as for fast-scan requests. The throughput of the scheme is comparable to that of traditional schemes, and it may even
more » ... ide better throughput than mechanisms based on elevator disk scheduling. BubbleUp incurs a slight disk storage overhead, but we argue that through effective allocation, this cost can be minimized.
doi:10.1145/266180.266339 dblp:conf/mm/ChangG97 fatcat:luyjoxp645hmbmrn5cfldodck4