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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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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.
There are a lot of navigation software programs for portable devices," Ron Heintzelman of Memory Map says, "and our strongest points are that we match up with a lot of different platforms, like Windows, Android, and iPhone, iPad.
Assemblage of 2 black and white photographs and one story panel, selenium-toned silver prints; memory map drawn by Josephine Kalleo, pencil on paper; and saltwater grass from Nain).
Assemblage of 2 black & white photographs and one story panel, selenium-toned silver prints; memory map drawn by Joachim Nui, pencil on paper; and fir boughs.
Composite of two memory maps from Manifest showing how QEMM and DOS have located TSRs, Drivers and other DOS functions in conventional and high RAM regions.
So programmers became very inventive at finding areas in the memory map that were underutilized.
Freely programmable exponential functions and a utility to store user-defined memory maps or oscilloscope-captured data also are included.
Analogous to a Canadian artist's assemblage of stories and memory maps, these 11 essays compiled by historians Opp and Walsh (Carleton U.