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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For the invention of the basic one-transistor dynamic memory cell, Dennard was awarded the National Medal of Technology in 1988.
KASAN stands for KernelAddressSanitizer and is a dynamic memory error detector that finds use-after-free and out-of-bound errors in the Linux kernel.
Built with a fixed memory footprint, ZBOSS does not use dynamic memory allocation, which leads to predictable memory budgeting.
Luo, "Dynamic memory balancing for virtual machines," ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review, vol.
They proposed several significant theories, including script knowledge [3] and a dynamic memory framework [4].
[20] showed that current standard dynamic memory allocators such as "malloc" in C do not handle this problem well.
The ARM CoreLink CMN-600 Coherent Mesh Network interconnect and CoreLink DMC-620 Dynamic Memory Controller enable the latest ARM-based SoCs to offer unmatched data throughput and the lowest edge to cloud latency in the market.
Obstetrics simulators will be used and the participants will be provided computerized skilled training as Dynamic memory, she opined, is more useful as compared to static memory.
The "Dynamic Memory Requirements" in Table 3 shows the maximum memory required for the phone to complete a credit card transaction.
Microsoft has seen the light and knows it must make changes, he said.<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.

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