memory mapped


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memory mapped

Laid out in memory. For example, all the content of a memory-mapped file is copied from storage into physical or virtual memory. For the fastest processing, the memory (RAM) must be large enough to hold the entire file. See memory map.
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Unmap the shared memory mapped above above using UnmapViewOfFile()
When executing user-space applications, Linux keeps its entire kernel memory mapped in page tables protected from access.
It is possible to virtualise flash disks on tablets and have a chunk of the system memory mapped to the storage, which is common on all PC operating systems.
InfiniBand implementations allow the server processors to post to a queue and continue processing, rather than managing I/O to a memory mapped device.
A highly optimized FLP software library, an FXP DSP tightly coupled FLP coprocessor and an FXP DSP with a loosely coupled memory mapped FLP accelerator.
Therefore, your PLC no longer has to "translate from a memory mapped register to a structure that actually means something to some-body," continues Nesi.
OEM developers can integrate the C6713Compact as a mezzanine resource with their own hardware environment or add their own memory mapped peripheral hardware as vertically stacking daughter modules that are controlled and accessed by the DSP processor via its 20-bit address and 32-bit data busses.
RapidIO is a new networking/communications architecture that is designed for passing data and control information among microprocessors; between microprocessors and memory; and among memory mapped I/O devices.
A GUI-based environment is available to capture and maintain information about each IP block's memory mapped registers into a centralized XML database.