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memory mapping

[′mem·rē ‚map·iŋ]
(computer science)
The method by which a computer translates between its logical address space and its physical address space.
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ObjectStore's Cache-Forward Architecture and virtual memory mapping are the key technologies that enable the Starwood online reservations system to accurately service its worldwide customer base," said Paul Antosh, director, ObjectStore Product Management, Progress Real Time Division.
In addition, direct memory mapping of two-dimensional MATLAB arrays is now supported for target architectures that have dual port or single port RAMs and ROMs.
In addition, the NI 843x family of serial boards includes new memory mapping features that engineers can use to connect to more serial devices without resource conflicts.
ObjectCache provides a 10 to 1000 times boost in performance over files or relational caching methods through its patented Virtual Memory Mapping Architecture (VMMA), which simplifies a developer's need to hand-code scalable cache management functionality.
The flagship product, ObjectStore(R), is an object-oriented data management system built on the Virtual Memory Mapping Architecture (VMMA) and the patented Cache-Forward(TM) Architecture (CFA).
Trigger and breakpoint event setup, memory mapping, performance analysis and emulator control switches are all just a mouse click away.
The PICE-MC features memory mapping with one word resolution, shadowing RAM, and on-the-fly access to the emulator resources.
0 automates the logic design of a PSD's microcontroller interface, memory mapping, chip selects and pin assignments.
The PSD's on-chip CPLD is used for complex memory mapping.
In addition, an external CPLD will also be needed for memory mapping and paging and address decoding, as well as for demuxing latches.