memory bank

memory bank

[′mem·rē ‚baŋk]
(computer science)
A physical section of a computer memory, which may be designed to handle information transfers independently of other such transfers in other such sections.

memory bank

(1) A physical section of memory. See memory module.

(2) A generic term for computer storage.
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FROM ship launches at Smith's Dock to seaside outings at Redcar, Ageing Better Middlesbrough, a National Lottery-funded project, has launched a Memory Bank DVD as part of Local History Month.
Proceeding my meander slow, absorbing all around, My memory bank in full flow, at this bygone stomping ground.
I have supported the club since 1970 and watched about a thousand games, all for the memory bank now
IT was a pleasant surprise when my memory bank regurgitated into my consciousness something relevant to these times - twice.
The star, whose mother grew up on a Mayo farm, told Woman & Home magazine she raided her ancestral memory bank for her star turn as acerbic Irish landlady Mrs Kehoe in the Oscar-nominated film Brooklyn - a role she is tipped to reprise in a BBC adaptation.
Shuffle through your memory bank of WWI and you'll likely visualize grainy, b&w images of trenches, gas masks, zeppelins, and mud, lots of mud.
What if, for example, we did not have a "Jewish parallel" from our memory bank to draw on?
An internal memory bank stores a range of test procedures that can be recalled at the touch of a button.
A memory bank of fictional characters will also help when the market 'hive mind' pushes prices in unexpected directions, answering the question 'what kind of person buys here?
reader of the Birmingham Mail, I know that the large readership, between them, have a most prodigious and accurate memory bank.
THE memory bank sometimes plays tricks on us, as former Arsenal striker Alan Smith found out this week.
Coman, author of The Memory Bank and What Jamie Saw, presents this guide to the story writing process for teachers and students alike.