local memory

local memory

The memory used by a single CPU or allocated to a single program or function.
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I love taking part in my local Memory Walk every year.
The event also raised PS400 from donations made in lieu of anniversary gifts for the local memory clinic and head and neck cancer care.
Unlike the other models, this one may be offered with up to 1TB of local memory. Samsung is expected to launch this model in late March in South Korea.
"Now I hope Town fans show what he still means to them by joining their local Memory Walk because the only way we will defeat dementia is by people across the community coming together."
The visit to Monticello marks the second adventure in the library's travel outreach series, which started last fall with a visit to Brazil for residents at local memory care, assisted living and skilled care communities.
This leads to massive stuttering as the game staggers between pulling data from a quick pool of local memory and general system RAM.
"But local memory would seem to suggest that contraband material did come up from the coast, on the way to London, and those bringing it would want to avoid the main roads where they night be intercepted at toll gates and so on, so they would have used out of the way tracks, farms and barns.
Many implementations rely on local memory such as resource-implemented block RAM for intermediate storage which is not possible for large datasets [21].
Each compute core has up to 1 MB of local memory as a unique addressable part of the total 32-bit address space.
4.2 Program Logic Simplification by utilizing the Local Memory Definition
He argues that far from being peripheral or somehow marginal, as some claim, local memory cultures have actually played a crucial role in the memory work done by Germans during the years since 1945.

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