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cache

 [kash]
a memory mechanism used by a computer to accelerate access to information.

cache

A storage area on a PC’s hard drive where the browser temporarily stores web pages and/or graphic elements.
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For example, it can estimate the memory using situation when the virtual machine did not participate with memory allocation with the method of statistical sampling.
Inside of an isolated partition, there is another world, in which we can define process-level scheduling strategy (such as preemptive scheduling strategy), maximum response time, memory allocation, and other information, to control the execution of processes.
Keep in mind that the background service process MUST NOT touch any UI; otherwise, the memory allocation will be doubled or tripled!
The execution times are, in all the cases lower for the "classical" approach, based on the cudaMalloc instruction (for memory allocation) and cudaMemcpy (for transferring the data between the host and the device).
PEARSON CORRELATION OF MVAS OF CPU LOAD, PHYSICAL MEMORY ALLOCATION AND RELEASE VS.
Molecular and cellular approaches to memory allocation in neural circuits.
Chapter 3 describes working memory allocation, or how information is stored and processed in the brain, which is one of the basic and central principles of the ULM.
To generate better results, we first analyzed the optimal memory allocation of Cell A that resulted in the fastest execution time for stress test using Cell B.
<p>RHEL 5.4 also includes a preview implementation of the malloc memory allocation library optimized for multicore processors.<p>Copyright 2009 IDG Middle East.
Do not use dynamic memory allocation after initialization.
* Improved performance of files across the network with highly efficient memory allocation algorithms that improve the flow of files across the network.
"With the addition of TotalView's memory debugging capabilities, developers will be able to reduce their production times by finding even the most difficult memory allocation errors and leaks quickly."