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memory map

[′mem·rē ‚map]
(computer science)
The list of variables, constants, identifiers, and their memory locations when a FORTRAN program is being run. Also known as memory map list.

memory map

The location of instructions and data in memory. See PC memory map for a diagram of the PC's upper memory area. See memory mapped.
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On my boat, I work off the Garmin chip and then use the Memory Map program at home, but some guys take their laptops onto their boats with a GPS antenna and use it all while they're out there.
Assemblage of 2 black and white photographs and one story panel, selenium-toned silver prints; memory map drawn by Chesley Webb, pencil on paper; and sand from Webb's Bay.
Composite of two memory maps from Manifest showing how DOS allocates space without a memory manager.
The memory space is divided into 16 uniform blocks of 64-KBytes each, of which three are divided into 16 uniform sectors of 4-KBytes -- device options offer two of these three blocks at the top of the memory map and one at the bottom, or one at the top and two at the bottom.
Further simplifying program development, the tool also supports the import of memory map and drivers from Actel's CoreConsole IDP.
As part of this NoC IP instance generation, NoCcompiler generates an IP-XACT description which includes high-level interfaces, ports and memory map data.
The new Board Builder automatically generates linker scripts, debug configuration files and start-up code for bare metal development based on a board's memory map.
The JN5148 platform is the only single chip wireless microcontroller to include a 32-bit RISC CPU, a 256K memory map (128KB ROM, 128KB RAM) and with an active current of less than 18mA when transmitting or receiving data, enabling the device to operate from a coin cell battery without decreasing the battery's life expectancy.
Also on Kingston's website, Windows 2000 users have access to Kingston's new Windows 2000 Memory Map, a unique tool to guide IT managers to determine optimal requirements for the Windows 2000 family of products.
Available on Web site or disk, Simple Technology provides its customers a configuration tool called Memory Map which is a fast and easy way to determine the right Simple Technology memory module for a desktop computer, portable, notebook, workstation, server, or printer.
Other new features include user definable pins and memory map, a state machine creator, multi-object move capability, and the ability to duplicate and rename circuits.
Implementing a memory map interface, the HCP-EC040 resides in either a 16K, 32K or 64K memory window on single or multiple pages.