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Could anyone suggest other page replacement algorithms that are applicable to the real world aside from

  • FIFO,
  • Second Chance (Clock),
  • Enhanced Second Chance and
  • Random?
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The Least-Recently Used (LRU) is a very common algorithm for page replacement, especially in system softwares that are exposed to data access of temporal locality.

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