fixed memory

fixed memory

[¦fikst ′mem·rē]
(computer science)
Of a computer, a nondestructive readout memory that is only mechanically alterable.
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Built with a fixed memory footprint, ZBOSS does not use dynamic memory allocation, which leads to predictable memory budgeting.
The PLM4 page table is in a fixed memory location, so no "fancy" tricks are needed to utilize the Meltdown attack.
The algorithm runs inside a fixed memory footprint that can be varied based on the required visual fidelity.
Though these situations can render images inaccessible, in many cases files are actually still retrievable from fixed memory space on the storage media.
London, Nov 29 (ANI): Scientists at the Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease (GIND) in San Francisco have discovered a new gene therapy that successfully fixed memory problems in mice with Alzheimer's disease (AD).
For a meditation on this transition in which a conscious self embedded in time becomes a fixed memory in the public mind, Tennyson could not have picked a more apt subject than Simeon Stylites.
In contrast, Hooke fixed memory to specific locations in the brain.
If fixed memory is allocated per channel, the memory used by the channel with less information transfer is not utilized properly.
One early digital RWR had a system processor that collected threat-location data in "bins" (fixed memory locations).