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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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Memory cells are stacked vertically on the chip in a 3D NAND flash with TLC.
When the memory cell number of the neural network increases, the number of parameters in the neural network is
In this section, we utilize the proposed model to analyze a memristor based multi-bit memory cell. We start the analysis by separating the functions in (3) and neglecting h(x),whose value is very small as indicated earlier, then we obtain (6).
In this new SRAM, Renesas has newly adopted a dual-port memory cell optimized for this FinFET device to have superlative symmetry and has optimized the design of the peripheral circuits as SRAM for real-time image processing.
SAM stores data as a series of memory cells that can only be accessed sequentially (like a cassette tape).
The best mutated clone of an antibody is selected as a memory cell. According to the obtained memory cells, the performed classification process depending on the nearest neighbor algorithm is given in (9):
The interaction of radiation with insulators that surround the floating gate (FG) damages the properties of memory cells, increases the possibility of losing the stored content, and damages the performance or lacks performance functionality [8, 9].
Furthermore, technological scaling of physical dimension for memory cell alone will not be able to completely overcome these reliability issues.
Only less than 1% of patients with CVID have a low number of B-cells with the majority patients are found to have a normal number of B-cells, but they fail to undergo normal maturation which is shown by reduced switched memory B-cells in the B-cell memory cell studies (6).
The reciprocal expression pattern of these receptors may indicate they have opposing functions in regulating the kinetics of the T cell response and memory cell evolution.
However, since the memory cell of the high speed 1Mb MRAM macro consists of two transistors and one MTJ, enlarging its memory capacity is more challenging than increasing the memory of MRAM macro equipped with just one transistor and one MTJ cell.
In the low-power flavor, the memory cell is placed into an insulated p-well to allow programming with a more efficient CHISEL (secondary electrons) mechanism that assumes substrate bias.