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The user interaction with the current web contents is a major concern when defining web workloads in order to precisely estimate system performance. However, the intrinsic difficulty to represent this behavior in a workload model leads many research works to still use workloads non representative of the current web navigations. In contrast, in previous works we demonstrated that the use of an accurate workload model that considers user's dynamism when navigating the web clearly affects systemdoi:10.1145/2480362.2480497 dblp:conf/sac/Pena-OrtizGSP13 fatcat:bwxfa3ipfvczpaljy3vvj6eoe4