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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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[36] have shown that the setting of synaptic tags during system consolidation of STFP memory involves epigenetic mechanisms, in particular increased acetylation of histone H3 in the OFC shortly (1 h) after the learning phase; preventing the increase in H3 acetylation impaired remote memory, assessed 30 days later, while pharmacological maintenance of a higher level of acetylation resulted in improved remote memory retrieval.
The recent memory (n=18) as well as the remote memory (n=11) of these patients was impaired (table-IV).
Send and Receive have channel semantics: to send a message, the sender posts a Send description to put the message content to a remote memory location specified by a pre-posted Receive description at the receiver side.
Overall, agreement about deficits was particularly strong on PwMCI's remote memory and everyday activities compared with other areas, yet concordance differed based on the PwMCI--CP relationship.
Remote Memory Access can move two-sided communication to one-sided communication, thus allowing synchronization overhead reduction [20].
The neuroanatomy of very remote memory. Lancet Neurol, 5, 112-3.
Hodges, "The fractionation of remote memory: evidence from a longitudinal study of dementia of Alzheimer type," Brain, vol.
Fund of information reflects remote memory and includes current information also.[7] In the Logical memory subset of the WMS, the individual is asked to recall two paragraphs to test his immediate verbal recall.
The AmCats truly have a home now, and a couple of victories under their belt entering their fourth varsity season, the 27-game losing streak to begin their varsity existence a remote memory.
Over the last five years, the HPC community has witnessed a rapid and dramatic shift to a lower-cost HPC implementation using multiple computing elements (nodes) that operate on a common task in parallel: referred to formally as a no remote memory access (NORMA) processor (4) or, in the common idiom, a "cluster".
Folman's amnesia of the events of the war is explained as a repression due to a prior remote memory of the Holocaust.
Needless to say the mists of time obscure many truths as all the frustrations and despair of the parenting job seem a remote memory.

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