lw $t0, 4($t1) where $t0 is the destination, $t1 is the base address, and 4 is the offset from $t1 that makes memory location
address completely defined.
Opcode Memory Content R LDA 0100 0000 R #10 0000 1010 R LDB 0110 0000 R #5 0000 0101 R ADD 0000 0000 R STR 1000 0000 R @8 0000 1000 R HALT 11100000 R *** 0000 0000 [R.sup.+] #15 0000 1111 Table 4.
Likewise, the "Consecutive Address" field indicates that the two addresses are consecutive in the memory location
. In other words, when the "Consecutive Address" flag is asserted the present address will be the previous address plus 4 as a word-size bus.
According to the memory location
, the shared memory is divided into two types: on-chip shared memory and external shared memory.
In (Hassidim 2009) (Smith 1982), it was shown that the optimal algorithm to choose which location to evict is Furthest in the Future (FITF) algorithm, which evicts the memory location
which will be used in the latest possible time.
On shared memory systems, in order to maintain constant coherency of data the widely accepted method is to use a locking mechanism on the memory locations
that are accessible by multiple processors.
(2) At a program point pt, a memory location
l is ready if each computational path to pt
The harmony memory (HM) is a memory location
where all the solution vectors (sets of decision variables) are stored.
The Slave Actuator Controller controls the step by step motor and, after the position has been reached, resets to 0 the memory location
that contains the value received from the PLC.
Breakpoints can be set on the previous point some variable or memory location
changed its value.
A client device (either a workstation or another device) requests a read or write from/to a specific memory location
on a controller, and the service replies with either the specific data requested and/or writes the data to its specified memory location
that ultimately controls the air/fuel mixture and boiler sensors.
Observe that, for D = 1, we get a solution with minimum stall time without using any extra memory location
. In Appendix B, we show that if no extra memory locations
are used, then the integrality gap of our linear program can be arbitrarily large.