serial memory

serial memory

[′sir·ē·əl ′mem·rē]
(computer science)
A computer memory in which data are available only in the same sequence as originally stored.
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Leveraging over 20 years of IBM experience in disaggregated memory controllers, OpenCAPI Consortium member Microchip Technology recently announced the industry's first commercially available universal serial memory controller, the SMC 1000 8x25G, which uses and interfaces to the OMI designs IBM is contributing.
Both realize low power consumption and advanced functions, while incorporating highly versatile peripheral circuits, such as serial memory interface (SMIF), UART, I2C, TSPI, and timers, and support for large-scale systems.
H2--Differences in speech exert distinct effects upon serial memory recall
The memory device combines an I2C serial memory, available in several densities, and an NFC / RFID communication interface (ISO 15693) that converts radio waves emitted by RFID reader-writers and NFC-enabled phones or tablets into energy to power its circuits and in some cases even to enable complete battery-free operation.
Organization of visuo-spatial serial memory: Interaction of temporal order with spatial and temporal grouping.
They enable storage of signals that may change frequently and without notice, and they allow the nonvolatile storage of system settings without the system overhead and extra pins of a serial memory. The FM1105 operates from 4.5V to 5.5V at a low operating current of <15 [micro]A, while changing state continuously at 1 kHz.
It was argued in the Introduction that one crucial distinguishing feature of the two accounts is the nature of the codes underpinning immediate serial memory. The PL hypothesis specifically holds these codes to be phonological, whereas the O-OER model views them as amodal, abstract, propositional codes.
ENPNewswire-August 7, 2019--Microchip Enters Memory Infrastructure Market with Serial Memory
The Symphony 228X system is an upgrade for Teradyne 228X and TS12X systems allowing a user at an existing ICT to execute and diagnose boundary-scan tests prepared with the JTAG Technologies development tools using the deep serial memory hardware of the Teradyne ICTs.
One source of information about seriation, very obviously, is keeping track of order of the items in the serial memory task.
Verbal stimuli have been used extensively in the study of immediate serial memory. The familiar bow-shaped serial position curve has been reported using a variety of techniques which include (i) spoken or written serial recall (e.g.
Tasks with a low serial memory component, but which demand continuous attention, such as the five-choice serial reaction task (see Broadbent, 1971, for an overview), seem immune to disruption by irrelevant sound (Morris & Jones, 1990).