machine address

machine address

[mə′shēn ə′dres]
(computer science)
The actual and unique internal designation of the location at which an instruction or datum is to be stored or from which it is to be retrieved.

machine address

The numerical location of a memory byte or peripheral device. See absolute address.
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The obtained ESP value is the process linear address and it must be converted to the corresponding machine address by SPT, which can be used to gradually parse out the corresponding position of thread_info, task_struct and also vm_area in machine memory.
Our detection method is based on the existence of anomalies in the relationship between the physical machine processes and the existence of anomalies in the virtual machine address translation.
Three hardware conditions are met to ensure the premise in a certain lower machine address. Software setup is complete I/O connections through the configuration.
Disco uses the physical address specified by the operating system to index into the pmap to determine the corresponding machine address, allocating one if necessary.
"AI is typical of a culture where a machine addresses humans.
Montgomery said the new machine addresses what he sees as the two current drivers of the coffee business: single-serve and innovation.
Sun Oracle Database Machine addresses OLTP and mixed workload customers as well.
Also on display the new PET-LINE based on a platform with a 2000kN clamping force for 24 to 48-cavity moulds--the machine addresses demand from the beverage and food packaging sectors for two-stage systems of this size.
'The machine addresses the needs of 86% of the world for whom accessibility and affordability of primary health care is difficult.
For instance, Casal-Gati and Toth's essay on The Time Machine addresses socio-biological and ecological ideas in the story, without effectively linking the two themes within an overarching argument.
Compared to only 14 percent of mail that is machine addressed or labeled.