Definitions for "Caching"
A process whereby retrieved data (eg from abroad) is stored locally, on a temporary basis, in the expectation that it will shortly be required by others. Caches can be local (to a site or institution) or national (see JANET Web Caching Service). Also see Mirroring.
Using a buffer within your own computer's fast memory to hold recently accessed data. It is designed to speed up access to the same data later.
Behavior where a bird picks up a piece of food and flies away to hide it to eat later. Corvids (including crows, ravens, jays, and magpies) are well known for storing many food items and remembering where to find them later.
Keywords:  chaivm, cometcursor, clipper, cots
ChaiVM Clipper CometCursor COTS