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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The Ministry of Culture (MOC) is calling for submissions of photos featuring Taiwan's 'heritage sites' or 'collective memories' as part of the Taiwan Cultural Memory Bank initiative.
With that, Allen headed out the door and Monroe had yet another unusual cleaning request to add to that already long list in his memory bank.
"It did work in terms of firing the synapses of Edwyn's memory bank again."
Just, you know, going on the memory bank, I guess."
Hank Will's "Growing Resources" (February/ March 2018) hit my memory bank. My dad cut tens of thousands of hedge posts between 1960 and 1990.
"Those are the things you put in your memory bank to be aware of."
It may have faded deep into your memory bank, so just a refresher.
IT was a pleasant surprise when my memory bank regurgitated into my consciousness something relevant to these times - twice.
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?
Above all, have a substantial positive balance already deposited in your long-term muscle memory bank for "mirror image" shooting.
Both devices have large 2Gbytes DDR3 memory bank and a 20Gbaud SRIO link to the VPX backplane.