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Spatial locality:

• Spatial locality is the tendency of execution to involve a number of memory locations that are clustered; this reflects the tendency of a processor to access instructions sequentially.

• The concept that the likelihood of referencing a resource is higher if a resource near it has been referenced.

Temporal locality:

• Temporal locality is the tendency for a processor to access memory locations that have been used recently.

• The concept that a resource that is referenced at one point in time will be referenced again sometime in the near future.

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