row address

row address

[′rō ′ad‚res]
(computer science)
An index array entry field which contains the main storage address of a data block.
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Conceptually, the arrangement is similar to a spreadsheet, and the exact cell to be read or written is located by a combined column and row address. Because it takes electrical current to read and write data from memory, performing operations on DRAM cells necessarily requires an electrical current.
FSM consists of the following status registers which hold the current state and the next state of the process, pixel counter that counts the number of processed pixels, message counter that counts the embedded message bits, row address counter that counts the number of processed rows, column address counter to count the number of processed columns, and block counter for counting the processed M x N blocks, and column and row pointers hold the current column and row address.
When a row has been completely written, the FSM enables the next available RPE to start processing the sorted vertices and also increments the write row address in the row buffer.
CBRE, New Jersey's largest commercial real estate brokerage firm, is exclusively marketing a unique opportunity at the Wayne Solar Center, a Class A office asset with a prestigious corporate row address in Wayne, N.J.
The address specification is done in two passes - first the row address, then the column.