1. Any part of a processor’s address space that is occupied by memory.
2. The range of addresses seen by a memory device relative to the base address at which it is mapped into the processor’s address space.
noun 1. the complete records, archives, or the like of an organization, country, etc. 2. the total of a person’s memories or recollections. 3. (def 1).
noun, Digital Technology. 1. a very small, portable electronic device for flash-memory data storage, as in a digital camera, cell phone, or digital media player.
noun, Immunology. 1. any small, long-lived lymphocyte that has previously encountered a given antigen and that on reexposure to the same antigen rapidly initiates the immune response (memory T cell) or proliferates and produces large amounts of specific antibody (memory B cell) the agent of lasting immunity. A cell in the immune system that, when […]
- Memory engram
memory engram n. An engram.