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  • 1 Memory consolidation — is a category of processes that stabilize a memory trace after the initial acquisition.[1] Consolidation is distinguished into two specific processes, synaptic consolidation, which occurs within the first few hours after learning, and system… …

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  • 2 Memory errors — Memory gaps and errors refer to the incorrect recall, or complete loss, of information in the memory system for a specific detail and/or event. Memory errors may include remembering events that never occurred, or remembering them differently from …

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  • 3 Memory for the future — refers to the ability to use memory to picture and plan future events. It is a subcategory of mental time travel which Suddendorf and Corballis described to be the process that allows people to imagine both past and potential future events.… …

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  • 4 Memory management — is the act of managing computer memory. The essential requirement of memory management is to provide ways to dynamically allocate portions of memory to programs at their request, and freeing it for reuse when no longer needed. This is critical to …

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  • 5 Memory disorder — Memory can be defined as an organism s ability to encode, retain, and recall information. Disorders of memory can range from mild to severe, yet are all a result of damage to neuroanatomical structures; either in part or in full. This damage… …

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  • 6 Memory and trauma — Memory is described by psychology as the ability of an organism to store, retain, and subsequently retrieve information. When an individual experiences a traumatic event, whether physically or psychologically traumatic, his or her memory can be… …

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  • 7 Memory sport — Memory sport, sometimes referred to as competitive memory or the mind sport of memory, is a competition in which participants attempt to memorize the most information that they can then present back, under certain guidelines. The sport has been… …

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  • 8 Memory and social interactions — Memory underpins and enables social interactions in a variety of ways. In order to engage in successful social interaction, organisms must be able to remember how they should interact with one another, who they have interacted with previously,… …

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  • 9 Memory barrier — Memory barrier, also known as membar or memory fence or fence instruction, is a type of barrier and a class of instruction which causes a central processing unit (CPU) or compiler to enforce an ordering constraint on memory operations issued… …

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  • 10 Memory disambiguation — is a set of techniques employed by high performance out of order execution microprocessors that execute memory access instructions (loads and stores) out of program order. The mechanisms for performing memory disambiguation, implemented using… …

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  • 11 Memory Almost Full — Studio album by Paul McCartney Released 4 June 2007 …

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  • 12 Memory protection — is a way to control memory access rights on a computer, and is a part of most modern operating systems. The main purpose of memory protection is to prevent a process from accessing memory that has not been allocated to it. This prevents a bug… …

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  • 13 Memory — • Memory is the capability of the mind, to store up conscious processes, and reproduce them later with some degree of fidelity Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Memory     Memory    …

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  • 14 Memory segmentation — is the division of computer memory into segments or sections. Segments or sections are also used in object files of compiled programs when they are linked together into a program image, or the image is loaded into memory. In a computer system… …

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  • 15 Memory pool — Memory pools, also called fixed size blocks allocation, allow dynamic memory allocation comparable to malloc or C++ s operator new. As those implementations suffer from fragmentation because of variable block sizes, it can be impossible to use… …

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  • 16 Memory bandwidth — is the rate at which data can be read from or stored into a semiconductor memory by a processor. Memory bandwidth is usually expressed in units of bytes/second, though this can vary for systems with natural data sizes that are not a multiple of… …

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  • 17 Memory dependence prediction — is a technique, employed by high performance out of order execution microprocessors that execute memory access operations (loads and stores) out of program order, to predict true dependences between loads and stores at instruction execution time …

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  • 18 Memory Stick — Pro Duo de 256MB. con adaptador. Memory Stick es un formato de tarjeta de memoria comercializado por Sony en octubre de 1998. Generalidades El término también se utiliza para definir a la familia entera de estos dispositivos de memoria, Memory… …

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  • 19 Memory ordering — is a group of properties of the modern microprocessors, characterising their possibilities in memory operations reordering. It is a type of out of order execution. Memory reordering can be used to fully utilize different cache and memory banks.… …

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  • 20 Memory foam — is polyurethane with additional chemicals increasing its viscosity and density. It is often referred to as visco elastic polyurethane foam, or low resilience polyurethane foam (see LRPu). Higher density memory foam softens in reaction to body… …

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