memory management, storage
A collection of techniques for providing sufficient memory to one or more processes in a computer system, especially when the system does not have enough memory to satisfy all processes’ requirements simultaneously. Techniques include swapping, paging and virtual memory. Memory management is usually performed mostly by a hardware memory management unit.
- Memory management unit
hardware, memory management (MMU, “Paged Memory Management Unit”, PMMU) A hardware device or circuit that supports virtual memory and paging by translating virtual addresses into physical addresses. The virtual address space (the range of addresses used by the processor) is divided into pages, whose size is 2^N, usually a few kilobytes. The bottom N bits […]
- Memory mapping
noun 1. a technique whereby computer peripherals may be addressed as though they formed part of the main memory of the computer
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noun 1. an island in the Arctic Ocean, N of Canada, belonging to Canada. 200 miles (320 km) long; 130 miles (210 km) wide. /ˈmɛlvɪl/ noun 1. a Canadian island in the Arctic Ocean, north of Victoria Island: in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Area: 41 865 sq km (16 164 sq miles) 2. an […]
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