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memory map

[′mem·rē ‚map]
(computer science)
The list of variables, constants, identifiers, and their memory locations when a FORTRAN program is being run. Also known as memory map list.

memory map

The location of instructions and data in memory. See PC memory management for a diagram of the PC's upper memory area. See memory mapped.
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For do-it-yourself bathy charts, you can download or order the bathymetric fishing maps from the NOAA website (www.ngdc.noaa.gov/mgg/bathymetry/maps/nos_intro.html), but to use them with mapping programs, you have to process it with a program such as Global Mapper, which will then calibrate it into a GeoTiff file for a software mapping program like Memory Map.
(Assemblage of 2 black and white photographs and one story panel, selenium-toned silver prints; memory map drawn by Chesley Webb, pencil on paper; and sand from Webb's Bay.) Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina.
Composite of two memory maps from Manifest showing how DOS allocates space without a memory manager.
Some very basic programs were stored in certain locations of the memory map, never to be changed.
Memory maps were created using Google Earth[c] satellite images and Tour Builder 3D BETA[c] (Tour Builder).
Yet these memory maps make up what the University of Michigan historian Matthew Countryman has called"moral maps" of the places that we inhabit together.
GB's father "produces" numerous memory maps in his cigarette smoke, in particular when he tries to compartmentalize what he remembers or wants to remember of the traumatic past.
Learning features include chapter-ending memory maps (graphic concept organizers), boxed readings, within-chapter summary boxes, and large color headings and subheadings.
Memory Maps: The State and Manchuria in Postwar Japan.
(1.) The panoramic maps collection is part of the larger American Memory Maps Collection (memory.Ioc.gov/ammem/gmdhtml/gmdhome.html) that is organized into seven categories: Cities and Towns, Conservation and Environment, Discovery and Exploration, Transportation and Communication, Military Battles and Campaigns, Cultural Landscapes, and General Maps.
Freely programmable exponential functions and a utility to store user-defined memory maps or oscilloscope-captured data also are included.
Carol says many with short memories visualise memory maps which help them remember things by linking it to a specific image.