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It is faster than all higher levels of cache and RAM as well. In a three level hierarchies L3 is the last-level cache or LLC, which is slower than both L1 and L2 and faster than RAM. It comes in a size of MBs generally 8-16 MB. This paper is mostly intended to give a descriptive analysis on different bypass techniques in the last level cache in a three level hierarchies with their desired and drawback features. 1 Exclusive and Inclusive Cache The memory system is a traditional optimization target for enhancing the overall performance of a computational architecture.
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The second constraint considered for the proposed approach is MSE. The MSE of each cluster should be minimum for the clustering results. The MSE is calculated as the mean of squared distance between each data point to the cluster centroid. MSEðCL Þ ¼ meanðdistðdi ; CL ÞÞ2 MSEðCR Þ ¼ meanðdistðdi ; CR ÞÞ2 30 K. K. Nair The cluster centroid for further processing is selected based on the following condition: if ðinstableðCL Þ and MSEðCL Þ\CL Þ CL is selected for cluster formation if ðinstableðCR Þ and MSEðCR Þ\CR Þ CR is selected for cluster formation The centroid values are calculated as the mean value of the points included in the respective clusters.