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MMU

MMU

(Memory Management Unit) The part of the computer that governs memory access. Either part of the CPU chip or housed on separate chips, the MMU controls memory partitions and virtual memory. See memory and virtual memory.
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It will cost around RO152,000 a year to run the MMU, which measures about 4.
An MMU spokesman said, "MMU's Law School staff were extremely saddened to hear of Chris Hamilton's ill heath.
As a first step in revitalizing the sprawling campus, MMU asked for a building that will act as a gateway and marker for the campus.
LJMU began the first half strongly, however they lacked intensity in the second half as MMU were successful in implementing their tactics as they took the initiative and the lead.
Goals from Sunderland trialist Kieron Martin and Lewis Galpin put Gateshead in a commanding 2-0 lead, only for a late consolation for MMU to be scored.
Traditionally one of the strongest fashion schools in the UK, MMU was awarded the prestigious Drapers Record College Portfolio Award by the British Fashion Council last month for the high standard of its students work.
Underlying hardware mechanisms, such as the MMU, privileged instruction access control (i.
Prosecutors say he then asked her to withdraw the cash and give it to him so he could get extra funding before handing it back to MMU.
A spokesman for MMU said the student had gone to "extreme" lengths.
Utilizing the hardware memory protection facilities of the Intrinsity processor's MMU, INTEGRITY builds a firewall between the kernel and user tasks that prevents errant or malicious code from corrupting user data, the kernel, interprocess communications, device drivers and other user tasks.
Through this transaction, the IIC will provide financing to MMU to increase the supply of mezzanine financing for growth-oriented companies in Mexico, contributing to close a financing gap for middle-market companies in the country supporting growth and job creation.