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evict (one) from (some place)

To force one to leave some place, especially one's residence. The landlord will evict us from the building if we keep making so much noise! I'm afraid we're going to have to evict you from the club if you continue this behavior.
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evict

someone from some place to force someone to move out of something or some place. They evicted the squatters from the building. They were evicted from their home for not paying their mortgage.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Recall that, for any time instant, there is a unique block fetched and evicted at that time.
If a is evicted at time t and referenced again after time t, then there is a time t' = t + i, for some integer i, at which a is fetched back.
In the interval corresponding to [t.sub.i], we fetch the block [f.sub.t], and evict the block [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Similarly, let [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], (respectively, [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) be 1 if block a is evicted (respectively, fetched) in interval [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Since only blocks that reside on disk d can be fetched in interval [I.sup.d], we have that [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] if a is not on disk d.
Moreover, no block may be fetched or evicted while it is referenced.
If we evict a block from disk j in interval [I.sup.d], then it is the block from disk j that is partially or completely in C and whose next reference is furthest.
The multidisk setting differs from that of the single-disk in that for an interval [I.sup.d] we only know what block to evict from each disk; we do not know from which disk to select the block to evict.
At each time instant, we will also evict a unique block from each disk.
The block that resides on disk d and is evicted at time [t.sub.i] will also be evicted in this solution, albeit in a different interval.
Suppose there is a block that is evicted in I and the same block is evicted at time [t.sub.i] for some i.
Let [f.sub.d], [e.sub.d] be the total amount of fetch, evict of blocks from disk d till this point.
Note that a block fetched into one of these extra locations can be evicted later and replaced by a different block.
In this operation, we now evict the block a in cache whose next reference is furthest in the future.