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Primary memory

  • B. S. Chalk
  • A. T. Carter
  • R. W. Hind
Part of the Grassroots book series (GRASS)

Abstract

The memory system of a general-purpose computer is implemented using a number of different storage components. The purpose of this chapter is to describe the organisation of these components and the technologies used to implement them.

Keywords

Main Memory Random Access Memory Cache Line Cache Memory Dynamic Random Access Memory 
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© B.S. Chalk, A.T. Carter and R.W. Hind 2004

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  • B. S. Chalk
  • A. T. Carter
  • R. W. Hind

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