Multicore processors have proved to be the right choice for both desktop and server systems because it can support high performance with an acceptable budget expenditure. In this work, we have compared several works in cache contention and found that such works have identified several techniques for cache contention other than cache size including FSB, Memory Controller and prefetching hardware. We found that Distributed Intensity Online (DIO) is a very promising cache contention algorithm since it can achieve up to 2% from the optimal technique. Moreover, we propose a new framework for cache contention based on resource ontologies. In which ontologies instances will be used for communication between diverse processes instead of grasping schedules based on hardware.