base address


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base address

[bās ə′dres]
(computer science)

base address

The starting address (beginning point) of a program or table. See base/displacement and relative address.
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The base address is more common than you might think elsewhere in the country, The Post reports.
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The benefit is to make the input of information from images called Base sample images (IBE) and measuring the quality of images called Base address housing (BAL).
2 compliance, master and target versions, support for all 6 Base Address Registers, interrupt support, simulation models and PCB layout.
Board configuration is done using FlexiSet(TM) EEPROM board settings, which eliminates banks of interrupts and base address jumpers.
The ODS 677 also offers trouble-free PC tuning via an ISA autoconfiguration utility that senses PC configuration and sets the adapter's I/O base address, interrupt level and transceiver type.
The target portions support up to six Base Address Registers with both I/O and Memory space decoding from 16 bytes up to 4 gigabytes.
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The core supports unlimited burst memory transfers, zero-wait-state insertion, 64-bit data transfer and 64-bit addressing, and multiple 64- or 32-bit base address registers.
1, the card meets the full range of I/O base address and interrupt levels as per the PCI specification.