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memory

the part of a COMPUTER that stores information. The two main types of computer memory are RAM (Random Access Memory) and ROM (Read Only Memory). HARD DISKS and FLOPPY DISKS provide additional memory capacity for storing computer programs and data.
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It plays the role of generating a Static Library of Semantics, which is used for parsing physical memory by FrontDriver.
This means that when the next SUPER program runs after the program in HYPER mode executes EXITHYPER, the actual physical memory that the SUPER mode sees will differ from the physical memory used by another program running in SUPER mode.
CPU memory) and the GPU, not the case of sharing between two APIs both executing their command streams on the same device with the same physical memory as shown in Figure 1.
95] studied automated tools of mapping large binary objects like physical memory, disk image and hibernation files via classifying of regions using a multi-dimensional, information-theoretic technique.
The new Samsung phone is very identical to its predecessor, Galaxy S3 (GT-I9300) in terms of exterior look and internal components, but the only discernible difference between the two devices is that S3 Neo comes with dual SIM slots and boasts more physical memory (1.
These exemplify the operation of implicit skills based on physical memory and, therefore, are not impacted by the Distraction Theory of performance failure.
That physical memory would stay in the body, my body, my character's body.
The effective time length of the captured and recorded signals is a function of the physical memory of the digitizer and the DDC sample rate.
LynxSecure is the most privileged monitor in the RDS5201 platform, and constantly monitors for malicious and irregular activity in key disk areas (MBR, key blocks and sectors); physical memory areas; CPU instructions and data structures; interrupt data structures etc.
He noted that tomorrow's Industrial Automation equipment will require far more than the 4GB physical memory and the 256MB (XP) / 2GB (Windows 7) non-paged pool memory available today.
We propose to use time-delay models to study the relationships between CPU load, physical memory usage (allocation, release) and battery charge levels.

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