memory gap

memory gap

[′mem·rē ‚gap]
(computer science)
A gulf in access time, capacity, and cost of computer storage technologies between fast, expensive, main-storage devices and slow, high-capacity, inexpensive secondary-storage devices. Also known as access gap.
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Many people with amnesia have a memory gap that extends back from a particular incident and is known as retrograde amnesia.
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More than half of the memory gap between recent stroke survivors and stroke-free adults of similar age was evident before the stroke," she said.
We believe that HyperCloud fills a critical memory gap in the datacenter by improving the performance of memory intensive server applications.
Officials are suffering from a convenient memory gap, not being able to recall exactly when the county labels first appeared.
To fill in the memory gap, legend has it that Coverdale departed the Empire stage in tears and asked to leave, only to be told by remaining original members Lord and Paice that there was no band left to quit - they'd already made the decision to split beforehand without telling anyone else.
I can't remember much of this - people helped me to fill in details in a two to three-month memory gap afterwards).
Of course, Mr Abbott's apparent memory gap surfaced despite several witnesses who corroborated the female student leader's account of the events, prompting the creation of this meme.
Diane lies to the police to protect Chas, who tells her family that heavy drinking on the wedding day has left her with a memory gap Rosemary sees to it that Ms Dingle loses her temper in front of Vaughan.
Perhaps his gap year has also caused a memory gap in his head.