Define hit ratio, Computer Engineering

Define Hit ratio.

The performance of cache memory is frequently measured in terms of quantity called hit ratio.

Hit-Find a word in cache.

Miss-Word is not found in cache.

Hit ratio=Hit Miss. 

 

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