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INDIAN JOURNAL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

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ABSTRACT

Title : Effective cum Efficient Bandwidth by LZW Compression Technique
Authors : J.JELSTEEN, B. Rajendran, J.ALICE PUSHPARANI
Keywords : LZW, LZW Compression, Bandwidth
Issue Date : Aug-Sep 2012
Abstract :
The Internet and World Wide Web (WWW) have made electronic commerce a reality. According to an estimate the WWW presently contains more than 800 millions pages, encompassing about 6 terabytes of text data on about 3 million servers. As the number of web users is increasing rapidly, there is a need to build fast and efficient systems for handling users requests on the web. Jakob Nielsen's figures from his keynote talk at the QualityWeek 1999 Conference & Exhibition suggest that the webpage should be received within 7 seconds after the request from the user. The real answer to "too slow" probably is more subjective, but at the same time probably not too terribly different. The WebSite sever is configured properly and effectively when it has "enough capacity to meet the customer demands."
Estimating the actual capacity of a WebSite server requires a variety of different types of analyses. There are many deep, highly technical methods for calculating the capacity of a server to meet imposed load. However, a more practical way is to simply measure the perceived response time accurately, and scale up server capacity to make sure that maximum real-user experiences don't exceed unacceptable delays.
Page(s) : 600-604
ISSN : 0976-5166
Source : Vol. 3, No.4