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Meanings and phrases
- something that is remembered
- the cognitive processes whereby past experience is remembered; remembering
- the power of retaining and recalling past experience; retention; retentiveness; retentivity
- an electronic memory device; computer memory; storage; computer storage; store; memory board
- the area of cognitive psychology that studies memory processes
- by committing to memory; by heart
- a compact disk that is used with a computer (rather than with an audio system); a large amount of digital information can be stored and accessed but it cannot be altered by the user; CD-ROM
- an electronic memory device; memory; storage; computer storage; store; memory board
- Calculators also have the ability to store numbers into computer memory.
- The instructions to be executed are kept in some kind of computer memory.
- Early computer buses were bundles of wire that attached computer memory and peripherals.
- (computer science) a computer memory consisting of an array of magnetic cores; now superseded by semiconductor memories; magnetic core memory
- By 1954, those unreliable methods were mostly replaced by magnetic core memory.
- It featured a nixie tubes display and had transistor electronics and ferrite core memory.
- Additional core memory beyond 4 KW can be used to allow for additional symbol table entries.
- memory for episodes in your own life; personal memory
- Destination memory plays a critical role in our episodic memory.
- In 2015, a study was published about zebrafishes' capacity for episodic memory.
- Similar improvements have been reported for other cognitions such as semantic and episodic memory.
- (computer science) a read-only memory chip that can be erased by ultraviolet light and programmed again with new data; EPROM
- nonvolatile storage that can be electrically erased and programmed anew
- Toshiba commercialized NAND flash memory in 1987.
- This includes some flash memory, like EEPROMs.
- what you can repeat immediately after perceiving it; short-term memory; STM
- your general store of remembered information; LTM
- a nonvolatile storage device that holds information in the form of bubbles on a thin film of magnetic silicate; no longer used in most computers
- (computer science) a computer memory consisting of an array of magnetic cores; now superseded by semiconductor memories; core memory
- (computer science) the operation of reading or writing stored information; access
- This results in slightly reduced memory access speed.
- A usual solution preserves copies of registers until a memory access completes.
- JPEG), S3TC's fixed-rate data compression coupled with the single memory access (cf.
- an electronic memory device; memory; computer memory; storage; computer storage; store
- (computer science) RAM memory that is set aside as a specialized buffer storage that is continually updated; used to optimize data transfers between system elements with different characteristics; cache
- a RAM microchip that can be plugged into a computer to provide additional memory
- a device that preserves information for retrieval; storage device
- a mental image of something previously experienced
- partial or total loss of memory; amnesia; blackout
- I still suffer a little from short-term memory loss.
- Suffering from a memory loss, Tatsumaru kills Shiunsai.
- She managed to overcome it with a minimum of memory loss.
- a memory image that is similar to a visual perception
- a postulated biochemical change (presumably in neural tissue) that represents a memory; engram
- your memory for motor skills; muscle memory
- your memory for motor skills; motor memory
- memory for episodes in your own life; episodic memory
- the most common computer memory which can be used by programs to perform necessary tasks while the computer is on; an integrated circuit memory chip allows information to be stored or accessed in any order and all storage locations are equally accessible; random-access memory; random memory; RAM; read/write memory
- the most common computer memory which can be used by programs to perform necessary tasks while the computer is on; an integrated circuit memory chip allows information to be stored or accessed in any order and all storage locations are equally accessible; random-access memory; random access memory; RAM; read/write memory
- the most common computer memory which can be used by programs to perform necessary tasks while the computer is on; an integrated circuit memory chip allows information to be stored or accessed in any order and all storage locations are equally accessible; random access memory; random memory; RAM; read/write memory
- (computer science) memory whose contents can be accessed and read but cannot be changed; ROM; read-only storage; fixed storage
read-only memory chip
- a memory chip providing read-only memory
- the most common computer memory which can be used by programs to perform necessary tasks while the computer is on; an integrated circuit memory chip allows information to be stored or accessed in any order and all storage locations are equally accessible; random-access memory; random access memory; random memory; RAM
- recall that is hypothesized to work by storing abstract features which are then used to construct the memory during recall; reconstruction
- recall that is hypothesized to work by storing the original stimulus input and reproducing it during recall; reproduction
- an imagined memory of a childhood experience; hides another memory of distressing significance
- your memory for meanings and general (impersonal) facts
- what you can repeat immediately after perceiving it; STM; immediate memory
- (computer science) memory created by using the hard disk to simulate additional random-access memory; the addressable storage space available to the user of a computer system in which virtual addresses are mapped into real addresses; virtual storage
- Segments may also be used to implement virtual memory.
- Protected memory systems almost always include virtual memory as well.
- In this way, sequential pages in virtual memory do not contend for the same cache line.
- memory for intermediate results that must be held during thinking
- Many models of working memory have been made.
- Cognitive psychologists often study memory in terms of working memory.
- One of the most regarded is the Baddeley and Hitch model of working memory.
- He also stated that he had no memory of the crash.
- Carrie has no memory of sending Will the texts.
- The daughter had no memory of the incident.
- A valid page is one that currently resides in main memory.
- CPU registers), acted on, and then written back to main memory.
- Therefore, the CPU might stall when it must access main memory directly.
- They had a son Paul and a daughter Eileen, named in memory of Ruth's sister.
- The Lecture is named in memory of the eminent electrical engineer Bernard Price.
- The street is named in memory of the 1850 Battle of Isted in the First Schleswig War.
- Inside the compartment he finds a memory card.
- SuperNova series and white cabinets didn't support memory card slots.
- An adapter for other memory card types is also available as an accessory.
- The Gungorogone were composed of 5 clans in recent memory.
- Pat King of "Metro" named it "one of the catchiest songs in recent memory about outrunning the cops".
- "GameSpot" gave the game a score of 8.5/10, calling it "one of the most terrifying games in recent memory".
- Instead, region-based memory management is used throughout.
- Ada's dynamic memory management is high-level and type-safe.
- Moreover, segmentation is more of user's end of memory management scheme.
- News coverage can also shape collective memory in retrospect.
- The Civil War is one of the central events in American collective memory.
- They both depend on the collective memory shared by both proponents and the audience.
- Her research focused on learning and memory in pre-verbal infants.
- Another plasticity-related gene involved in learning and memory is Arc/Arg3.1.
- This ability for dendritic growth is thought to play a role in learning and memory formation.
- Systems could include up to 32 processors with up to 512 shared memory buses.
- Figure (c) shows a parallel system in which each processor has a direct access to a shared memory.
- Doors can be used to synchronize access to shared memory segments, allowing single-copy data transfer.
- However, many memory cards do not have a CIS.
- Some machines have the ports to insert PlayStation memory cards.
- Pre-recorded phrases are stored on Secure Digital flash memory cards.
- Appeal more to internal memory and conception.
- All pseudo-random number generators have an internal memory or state.
- The internal memory and optional MicroSD card slot makes it ideal for listening to music on the go.
- Depending on the context, the word was treated either as an integer or a memory address.
- The memory address was increased from 15 to 18 bits, for a theoretical maximum memory size of 256k words.
- When a program references a memory location the offset is translated to a memory address using the page table.
- There was a level of peace in the kingdom unknown in living memory.
- The disasters of civil war were still fresh in living memory from the Wars of the Roses.
- The United Nations described the flood, the worst to occur in the living memory of Bihar.
- The 320 and 540 use a Unified Memory Architecture (UMA) memory system.
- In MT, the execution units and the memory system including the caches are shared among multiple threads.
- The 840, first offered in 1973, also included a new paged memory system allowing for addresses of up to 17-bits.
- If each memory location holds one byte, the addressable memory space is 4 GB.
- JMP 0,3 Jump to the memory location whose address is contained in accumulator 3.
- A number of banks of RAM are provided, but are not permanently assigned to a memory location.
- The memory capacity was up to 10 6 knocks.
- We do not yet know the practical limit of long-term memory capacity.
- To increase memory capacity and bandwidth, chips are combined on a module.
- (They had their own memory space.
- If each memory location holds one byte, the addressable memory space is 4 GB.
- In order to save time and memory space, much of the functionality of Emacs loads only when required.
- The memory controller provides support for DDR and DDR2 SDRAMs.
- The basic 6100 was later upgraded to the 6120, with the 6102 memory controller built-in.
- The zEC12 chip has on board multi-channel DDR3 RAM memory controller supporting a RAID like configuration to recover from memory faults.
- The MC68000 can address 16 MB of physical memory.
- The page table maps logical memory to physical memory.
- Virtual memory is a system where all physical memory is controlled by the operating system.
- Her research in long term memory is widely cited in psychology.
- Firth has a learning difficulty that causes short term memory loss.
- BDNF is critical to long term memory formation and the upkeep of neurons.
- WPF supports aggressive caching of pre-rendered ClearType text in video memory.
- The list price for a machine with an hard drive, main memory, and of video memory was $2,949 USD.
- The video memory could be banked out, so that the entire 64K address space could be used for main memory.
- Li'l Bit has one more memory to share: the summer of 1962.
- An "extended 80-column card" with more memory increased the machine's RAM to 128 kB.
- This method requires more memory than a line list but supplies the user with considerably more information.
- This organization continues to honor the memory of the mine disaster.
- Since 1960, Romanies from Tarnów have been coming to the region to honor the memory of the victims.
- This lecture series was made possible by a generous grant from Schlumberger to honor the memory of Dijkstra.