High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Peter Denning (1968)
defines "the working set of information W(t, ) of a process at time
t to be the collection of information referenced by the process
during the process time interval (t, t)." Typically the units of
information in question are considered to be memory pages. This is
suggested to be an approximation of the set of pages that the
process will access in the future (say during the next time units),
and more specifically is suggested to be an indication of what
pages ought to be kept in main memory to allow most progress to be
made in the execution of that process.
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