rapid memory

rapid memory

[′rap·əd ′mem·rē]
(computer science)
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William's symptoms are similar to anterograde amnesia, typically brought on by an event or trauma, causing rapid memory loss.
By merely swiping up or down on either edge of the screen, users can quickly activate a specific app or switch to the background program; by repeatedly swiping the edges, they can complete rapid memory task cleanup and by simply touching the edges, users gain access to brightness and volume adjustment.
Tangles and Lewy bodies were also related to rapid memory decline but explained only about one third of the effect.
Delivers Rapid Memory Rescue Right from the Motherboard
In particular, the CA3 region of the hippocampus has been implicated in associative memory recall and rapid memory acquisition.
said small mom-and-pop independent retailers have reaped the most visible benefits of the rapid memory price declines.
The Company's CLASSIC memory macros are silicon-proven, off-the-shelf, high-density solutions offering customers rapid memory block integration into their SoC designs.
The wide ranging working modules of this component incorporates superior algorithm that permits rapid memory enhancement.
However, the researchers did not know whether people with Alzheimer's disease and diabetes have more rapid memory loss than those who have Alzheimer's disease but no diabetes, until now.
Washington, Aug 4 (ANI): Doing crossword puzzles, reading, and playing cards daily may delay the rapid memory decline that occurs if people later develop dementia, says a new study.
Memory mirroring - the ability to take snapshots of independent memory subsystems in multiple ftServer systems so that all have the same replicated memory - enables rapid memory resynchronization.

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