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extended memory

one of the methods for using memory in excess of 1 MB.
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06) was found in the 5 items condition between high and low memory load: performance is better in the high memory load condition than in the low memory load condition (see Figure 2).
The TAGAT design addresses global interest in high memory RFID solutions for storing the life history of parts.
So the explanation of the present data can be related first of all with the difficulty of the task, which resulted in the possibility of a "biased sample" in terms that only those participants with high memory and high attentional span could accomplish the task (although only six of 24 participants were excluded of the analysis), and the possibility of an increment of noise modulated by other possible variables involved in the task (for example, the type of response used where a trainning phase must be accomplished may increase the difficulty of the response selection, increasing the number of masked variables).
That might be the case if you only use the latest and greatest 32-bit software designed strictly for Windows 95, or if you have software drivers that automatically install into high memory.
Since RAM tends to operate at faster speeds than ROM, a process of "shadowing" is frequently used whereby the BIOS information residing in slow ROM is copied into the faster High Memory (384k) RAM upon system start-up.
There is a comparable command for TSRS, LOADHIGH, that will place them in high memory.
Her favorite junior high memory is being on the homecoming court, and her favorite high school memories are prom and the eclipse.
High memory capacities up to 4 GB DDR DRAM and dual-channel DDR memory interface are supported.
For other applications, wherever any system requires a large amount of data to be protected, the AT90SC3232CS-F32M provides a highly secure, high memory capacity solution.
Cyrix says that as its processors approach speeds of 1 GHz, high memory bandwidth and low latency become more critical for achieving a balance of performance and cost.
These users typically need shared memory and very high memory bandwidth to support parallel programming.
0 will load a significant portion of itself into high memory thus freeing additional RAN4.