Memory Address

Technology / Computers / Memory Address: This refers to the actual location of physical memory. These unique identifiers are assigned at the systems boot process and are used to keep track of CPU and device information for later retrieval. This process is referred to a 'Memory Mapping'.

Other Words for Address

Address Verb Synonyms: speak or talk to, deliver or give a speech to, lecture
Address Noun Synonyms: speech, talk, discourse, oration, lecture, sermon
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Other Words for Memory

Memory Verb Synonyms: recall, recollection, retention
Memory Noun Synonyms: remembrance, honor, homage, respect, tribute, celebration
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Muscle Memory

Entertainment / Golf / Muscle Memory: A phrase referring to the nervous system's ability to memorize, or perform automatically, a well rehearsed motion MORE

Memory-Resident Program

Technology / Computers / Memory-Resident Program: A program that stays in memory after it has been loaded, using up more memory than application software. Many viruses are memory resident. MORE

Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA)

Technology / Computers / Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA): A method of configuring a cluster of microprocessor in a multiprocessing system so that they can communicate with each other, this improves performance and its expansion ability. MORE

Non-Volatile Random Access Memory (NVRAM)

Technology / Computers / Non-Volatile Random Access Memory (NVRAM): Any type of memory that is made non-volatile by connecting it to a constant power source, such as a battery. Therefore, non-volatile memory does not lose its contents when the main power is turned off MORE

Rambus In-Line Memory Module (RIMM)

Technology / Computers / Rambus In-Line Memory Module (RIMM): RIMM is a synchronous dynamic random access memory (RAM) module that is used on newer motherboards. RIMM's are manufactured by Rambus Corporation. MORE

Programmable Read-Only Memory (PROM)

Technology / Computers / Programmable Read-Only Memory (PROM): A special memory chip that is blank when first purchased. It can be written to by the user by using a special hardware programmer. Once the data is written to it, it cannot be erased or changed. MORE

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