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Content-Centric Networking (CCN) is a promising framework for evolving the current network architecture, advocating ubiquitous in-network caching to enhance content delivery. Consequently, in CCN, each router has storage space to cache frequently requested content. In this work, we focus on the cache allocation problem: namely, how to distribute the cache capacity across routers under a constrained total storage budget for the network. We formulate this problem as a content placement problemdoi:10.1109/icnp.2013.6733577 dblp:conf/icnp/WangLTUX13 fatcat:jblpnsivkng6tnjpowoujrx6vu