dynamic memory

dynamic memory

[dī¦nam·ik ′mem·rē]
(computer science)

dynamic memory

The main memory in a computer that has been reserved as needed. See dynamic memory allocation.
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Dynamic Memory Allocation (A): Dynamic memory management is a common source of programming flaws that can lead to heap-buffer overflows, dangling pointers, double-free issues, and other security problems.
Chip vendors are typically targeting the mass market cluster first, before adding dynamic memory and graphics engines to serve the high-end clusters," said Kevin Mak , Senior Analyst in the Automotive Electronics Service (AES) at Strategy Analytics.
lt;p>Microsoft has also upgraded two technologies that are part of its desktop virtualization offerings -- RemoteFX and Dynamic Memory -- that will be part of the Windows Server 2008 RC 2 SP1.
The company also announced two new features coming in Windows Server 2008 R2 service pack 1: Microsoft Dynamic Memory will allow customers to adjust memory of a guest virtual machine on demand to maximise server hardware use, while Microsoft RemoteFX will enable users of virtual desktops and applications to receive a 3-D, multimedia experience while accessing information remotely.
Additionally, the integration of Oracle(R) Database with Solaris 10's dynamic memory management enables an Oracle database running on these SPARC Enterprise servers to use the additional memory on-the-fly without service interruption.
This notion of dynamic memory was imagined for us by Greek thought in the figure of Mnemosyne.
New episodes are processed by using dynamic memory structures which contain the episodes that are most closely related to the new episode; this process is called "reminding".
INTEGRITY-178B's design guarantees bounded computation time by eliminating features such as dynamic memory allocation.
Launched in the UK in the nest few weeks, it boasts innovative functions including Dynamic Memory, which allows you to store up to 2,000 names and numbers.
The use of JEFF allows CardSoft's VM to dramatically reduce the use of dynamic memory at runtime.
The new HP-UX will also include what HP is calling dynamic processor resilience and dynamic memory resilience, which allows HP servers to monitor their own processor and memory cards and take themselves offline as their data or processing responsibilities are transferred to other memory cards or processors.
New dynamic memory allocation enhances speed by assigning only the amount of computer memory required for the analysis (determined by the number of nodes and mesh elements in a model), thereby increasing computer processing efficiency.

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