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a mental image of something previously experienced

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In previous versions, the toolkit was limited to accessing volumes with binary cryptographic keys extracted from the computer's memory image or hibernation file.
The implemented prototype presents the integrated analysis of configuration log file, memory image, disk image and network traffic captures.
When Dante returns to the "cheerful world" of the living he recounts his story, like Cicero, through reeling in the memory images in the proper sequence.
For unlike phantasia, which represents a simple memory image in the mind, phantasma refers to the image of an image.
The experience is often accompanied by the distinct awareness that the ESP-triggered memory images are suddenly intruding in mental activity that was directed elsewhere.
In addition, through Direct Memory Image Transfer (DMIT) technology, DesignPak users can capture an exact image of the CAD geometry without translation even when Algor and the CAD solid modeler reside on separate computers.
When Algor and Pro/Engineer are installed on different computers, the Direct Memory Image Transfer programming in InCAD-plus ensures the transfer of mathematically exact model descriptions to the analysis software.
Forms produce an image in the memory, and the more often a form is seen and its memory image stimulated or reviewed, the more meaningless it tends to become, and so Goller proposes his law of the jading (Ermudung) of the sense of form, aesthetic boredom and dissatisfaction, as the main cause for the perpetual mutation of style.
Schulte discusses at length Wittgenstein's criticisms of the idea of a memory image, the notion of the experiential content of a memory, and the thesis that a memory is embedded in certain feelings" (p.
The artist used a shot of an ordinary, dirty sidewalk, reworked in 3D, to create an image that refers in turn to another memory image.
Instead, it derives from the analogy between the uniform density of Rauschenberg's arrangements and the equivalent nature of memory: "as one remembers experience," she maintains, "each memory image seems to function for recall in a way that is independent of whether it happened or not, or what degree of denseness it had when we experienced it.
QuickBoot can restore necessary portions of the memory image by automatically determining the priority of memory usage of the system.
Use of LEDs has eliminated memory image and sensitivity shortage -- problems that had to be overcome to allow for further improvements in printing speed -- leading to the successful development of high-speed, high-resolution LED printheads.
Then build each component and link the components together, resulting in a system memory image.
The heart of the system is a checkpoint service that captures the memory image and associated storage of multi-process, multi-threaded applications -- in other words, it tracks a process from top to bottom with enough context to restore at any point," said John Abbott, chief analyst with the 451 Group, a technology industry analyst company focused on the business of enterprise IT innovation, in a report.