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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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The main objective of this study was to investigate whether working memory capacity was related to the retention and acquisition of a syntactic structure in L2 speech.
This split-brain finding may lead to techniques for boosting working memory capacity, Miller says.
The goal of this paper is to investigate the role of working memory capacity in L2 attainment and performance.
If we could answer the questions about the memory capacity and the role of such factors as language in memory development, we might be able to find the answers to still more interesting and more challenging questions about memory, i.e., what actually develops in memory development and what causes the enigma of infantile amnesia.
Both feature a full-color, TFT touch screen display with intuitive icons; an embedded control system that replaces the PLC controller of previous models; increased memory capacity that allows for additional functions such as water resistance and lamp water temperature measurements; and the replacement of all analog control circuits with a digital network.
It also features 12MB internal memory capacity plus a removable memory stick to store your favorite music or other digital media.
The firm's state-of-the-art programmable computer with memory capacity of up to 9,999 on board programs allows users to select cycle parameters of temperature, time, tumble speed and media velocity.
Professor David Wray said: "If young writers have to devote large amounts of working memory to the control of lower level processes such as handwriting, they may have little working memory capacity left for higher level processes such as idea generation, vocabulary selection, monitoring the progress of mental plans and revising text against these plans.
Memory capacity has been significantly increased allowing features and functions previously managed by external controllers such as water resistivity and lamp water temperature.
Triton's new RL2000 ATM has increased memory capacity, allowing for greater storage of journal data and advertising components.
Other features include dual integrated 10/100/1000 GbE NICs and video, five PCI slots and DDR2 unbuffered ECC memory with four sockets, providing memory capacity of up to 80GB.
The IF61 Enterprise RFID reader features an Intel Celeron M 600MHz processor with storage and memory capacity for complex applications.