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In a cache system, direct mapping maps each block of main memory into only one possible cache line. Associative mapping permits each main memory block to be loaded into any line of the cache. In set-associative mapping, the cache is divided into a number of sets of cache lines; each main memory block can be mapped into any line in a particular set.

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