memory image


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memory image

a sensation, impression, or sense perception as it is recalled in the memory.
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106] showed that IP packets, Ethernet frames and other network related data is available in physical memory and these data can be retrieved from hibernation files or memory images.
Phantasia refers to a simple memory image generated by the mind's internal vision, whereas phantasma designates the product of the mind's activity in arranging and rearranging into a coherent whole the disparate images stored in memory.
It does this by biasing the selection of memory images that represent those options, thus constraining choice to a range already "preselected" by the emotional system.
FOR526 draws on best practices and recommendations from experts in the field to guide DFIR professionals through acquisition, validation, and memory analysis with real-world and malware-laden memory images," she added.
With this work, Gordon makes memory images become active; he brings them for a split second into optical reach as something that tangibly survives.