memory element

memory element

[′mem·rē ‚el·ə·mənt]
(computer science)
Any component part of core memory.
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Advantageously, use of high-energy barrier magnets (30-40KT where K is the Boltzmann constant and T is the operating temperature) not only allows compact stochastic primitives, but also enables the same device to be used as a stable memory element meeting the data retention requirement.
The prioritization scheme and the MPRA architecture for 4 and 8 tasks were implemented and analyzed on Cyclone V, including: the adaptation and the implementation in Verilog code of the basic elements of the CPU (control unit, data memory and instruction memory, hazard detection unit, forward units, ALU, multiplexers); the Verilog code for the structures with the multiplied and multiplexed specific nMPRA resources: the PC register, the pipeline registers, the Register File and any other memory element. It was performed the compilation, the analysis, and the simulation of the MPRA, the MPRA4 and the MPRA8 architectures, the individual simulation and testing of the system structures with the multiplexing resources: the PC register, the pipeline registers, and the Register File.
The proven ways used to design a memory element are shown in fig.4.
This results find confirmation in nationwide studies that prove the Holocaust is a marginalized memory element, even if associated with the World War II period.
In the previous teasers, it has been suggested that there might be a memory element to the Deep Down campaign, similar to Assassin's Creed.
The next step is to decide whether [e.sup.k.sub.i] represents a new optimum or it is very similar to an existent memory element, {[m.sub.1], [m.sub.2],..., [m.sub.T]} (if it is already contained in the memory M).
Heterogeneity in MpSoCs [2] is described as the variation of the functionality and flexibility of the processor or the memory element. Heterogeneous processors in MpSoCs can be programmable or dedicated (nonprogrammable) processors.
Soft error occurs when radiation particle strikes sensitive area of the memory element. Both SRAM and SDRAM may be affected.
There are examples of using a single molecule as a memory element, and there is a larger question surrounding how a large number of molecules contact and connect to form molecular networks.<p>With this development, IBM is making progress in studying the transport of individual electrons in molecules or across molecular networks.
At the chip level, a component is defined as a boundary scan device when each primary input and output signal is supplemented with a multipurpose memory element called a boundary scan cell (Figure 1).
Here it must be recognized that a retentive, memory element is involved in the very having of representational states that last over time--inasmuch as these states are capable of having psychological effects beyond the time intervals when they are first formed.