a technique whereby computer peripherals may be addressed as though they formed part of the main memory of the computer
noun 1. a peninsula in N Canada, SE of the Gulf of Boothia. 250 miles (405 km) long. noun 1. a peninsula of N Canada, in Nunavut, between the Gulf of Boothia and Foxe Basin
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 […]
Trademark. 1. a brand of .
noun, Psychology. 1. . noun 1. (psychol) the hypothetical structural alteration in brain cells following learning See also engram memory trace n. An engram.
- Memory type range registers
architecture, video (MTRR) Registers in the Pentium Pro and Pentium II processors that can be used to specify a strategy for communication with the external memory and caches for a number of physical address ranges. Strategies include write-through, write-back, or uncached(?). Such control is useful where the memory is located on a device and is […]