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  1. AMD intros the lowest power flash memory device for high-end cellular phones.(AMD Am29BDS640G)(Product Announcement): An article from: Federal Computer Market Report
  2. Ultra-Low Voltage Nano-Scale Memories (Integrated Circuits and Systems)
  3. Memory hardware for high speed job selection (State University of New York at Buffalo. Dept. of Computer Science. Technical report) by Carl H Smith, 1974
  4. Memory Architecture & Parallel Access by Michael Gossel, Burghard Rebel, et all 1994-01-15
  5. Personal computer hardware: Central Processing Unit, Random-Access Memory, Compact Disc, DVD, Hard Disk Drive, Chipset, BIOS, Firmware, Operating System, Bus, Conventional PCI
  6. Programmer's Guide to Memory Architecture: Optimizing and Tuning Application Performance by David Loshin, 1998-04
  7. Fifth Biennial Nonvolatile Memory Technology Review: June 22-24, 1993 Linthicum Heights, MD Usa/IEEE Catalog No 93Th0547-0
  8. Records of the 1993 IEEE International Workshop on Memory Testing August 9-10, 1993 San Jose, California
  9. Small Memory Software: Patterns for systems with limited memory (Software Patterns Series) by James Noble, Charles Weir, 2000-11-09
  10. Memory Management for Dummies Quick Reference by Doug Lowe, 1996-04-30
  11. Mc68851 Paged Memory Management Unit User's Manual by "Motorola", 1989-01
  12. Memory Management in a Multimedia World by Joel Powell, 1994-05
  13. The Everything Computer Book: Everything You Need to Know About Your Computer, from E-Mail to the Internet, from Hardware to Software, Processors to Printers, Memory to Modems, and (Everything Series) by John K. Waters, 2000-10
  14. Quick Memory Management Techniques by Brian Underdahl, 1994-07-22

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Memory is like good health or money: You can never have too much of it, and when you find yourself in short supply, it can hurt. Keeping your PC in the pinkat least in terms of memoryis easier than ever. Though up from last year, RAM prices are still low, with 256MB of PC133 SDRAM selling for less than $50. And memory packaging now lets you add more RAM in a matter of minutes.
Operating systems and applications have grown more memory-hungry than ever. Windows, which could never be accused of having a modest appetite for RAM, practically gobbles it down in its XP incarnations. Typical business applications have bulked up as well and are always looking for more RAM to park their code. And if you've ever used a PC to edit digital video footage or render large image or audio files, you've probably watched your system slow to a crawl on at least one occasion.
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51. Capturing Organizational Memory
by E. Jeffrey Conklin, PhD. Contemporary organizations have only a weak ability to remember and learn from the past, and are thus seeking to gain the capacity for organizational memory. Networked computers might provide the basis for a nervous system that could be used to implement the capacity for organizational memory, but the technology (software and hardware) must provide for easy capture, recall, and learning.

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Jaguar is an extension of the Java runtime environment which enables direct Java access to operating system and hardware resources, such as fast network interfaces, memorymapped and programmed I/O, and specialized machine instruction sets.
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Last updated 17 May 2000 Introduction Jaguar is an extension of the Java runtime environment which enables direct Java access to operating system and hardware resources, such as fast network interfaces, memory-mapped and programmed I/O, and specialized machine instruction sets. Jaguar can be thought of as a replacement for the Java Native Interface. Unlike the JNI, however, Jaguar does not require copying of data between the JVM and C code, nor expensive traversals between the Java and native code contexts. Rather, Jaguar relies upon a flexible bytecode translation technique which directly inlines specialized "driver" code to access low-level system resources from Java while maintaining type safety. This translation can be performed by a JIT compiler, a static ("ahead of time") compiler, or by a front-end which translates Java bytecode to machine-independent "Jaguar bytecode". We have implemented a Jaguar interface to Berkeley Linux VIA communication architecture, which is implemented over the Myrinet system-area network. This system

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