address counter

address counter

[′ad·res ‚kau̇nt·ər]
(computer science)
A counter which increments an initial memory address as a block of data is being transferred into the memory locations indicated by the counter.
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The meeting, among others, sought to address counter revenge killings and raiding of animals among the various Lakes state communities.
All three products feature pipelined burst operation, 2-bit burst address counter and synchronous self-timed write to minimize processor wait states.
Each device integrates input registers, a 2-bit address counter and very high speed SRAM onto a single monolithic circuit.
By contrast, competitive devices offering 9-Mbit of true dual-port storage rely on multiple die within the package, resulting in a restriction on performance and a loss of the address counter functions.