internal buffer

internal buffer

[in′tərn·əl ′bəf·ər]
(computer science)
A portion of a computer's main storage used to temporarily hold data that is being transferred into and out of main storage.
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To save the cost and space of an external reference, the ADC integrates a low drift reference with internal buffer.
The enclosures accommodate the entire device and have an internal buffer zone to prevent pump over-heating.
The device has 18KB of internal buffer memory shared between the RXQ and TXQ.
The system includes a 600 dpi Zebra printer and an internal buffer conveyor.
Firstly, a target computer receives data that overflows the system's internal buffer, so a worm code gains the root privileges and starts the command processor that executes the worm's instructions.
What programmers sometimes overlook, says Prakash, is that longer text will also require extra internal buffer space to store text and numerical data.
In addition to an internal buffer that isolates and eases driving of the ADC inputs, the new devices offer 15 percent lower jitter than existing solutions -- an important factor in maintaining low system noise floors.
In case of a network failure, images are stored in an internal buffer with 10,000+ images.
The hardware upgrade announced today for the FinePix S3 Pro will double the camera's internal buffer memory capacity (from 128MB to 256MB), increasing its continuous frame shooting capabilities.
A buffer overflow occurs when a program copies a string from an external buffer to an internal buffer that is too short to hold the copied content.
Digital still cameras traditionally burst fewer than 10 pictures, limited by the image processor and internal buffer size.
The CD writer has a media capacity of up to 700 MB (for an 80 minute disk) and data transfer rate of up to 3,600 KB/s max, with a 2MB internal buffer.