memory fill

memory fill

[′mem·rē ‚fil]
(computer science)
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Moments fixed in resin, copper, mercury, language, or memory fill the space of the gallery, and as viewers spend time connecting each to each, they generate the present by regenerating the past.
Let that memory fill you, examining it in as much detail as possible and feeling it with your whole body.
Compressed Memory automatically compresses inactive data, to prevent memory fill-up, and uncompresses them immediately when needed, preventing memory fill up.
Far more often, though, the holes that drugs and booze put in the narrator's memory fill up with gestures that grow into acts that are recreated as compulsions, small pictures of fate.
Ava's primary school, Shotton Hall Primary School, opened a special garden in her memory filled with some of Ava's favourite things.
Friends and family celebrated Lisa's life as a joyful memory filled with many moments of unforgettable good times and laughter.
Paying tribute to these tales that help us grow and nurture our imagination, the subtle play on visual metamorphosis turns University City Hall's facade into a magnificent show, reflecting our collective memory filled with princes and princesses, initiatory journeys, mythological animals, lost treasures and wise encounters.
A birthday memory filled with love is sent from us to you.
Once a year, his family visited a monastery where monks sang Gregorian chants in a baroque church, and with his parents he lit candles at a chapel in the rocks, a memory filled with architectural atmosphere.
Three other like-minded works were included in "A Memory Fills with Holes," the artist's fourth solo show in Italy: Propaganda, 2008, a series of naive-looking embroideries showing scenes of modern desert warfare; Under Fire, 2008, a map of Iraq created with thousands of matches, ready to be lit; and Fiat Nasr, 2002-2008, a gigantic sectional puzzle whose completed images depict a truck tire worn out with use.
The TomTom 920 has 4GB of internal memory filled with mapping for Europe, the USA and Canada.
It got really interesting, because one's own memory filled the gaps, moving this experiment into the audience's minds.