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Synonyms for short-term memory

what you can repeat immediately after perceiving it

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Figure 13 shows the CPU usage and active memory of one of the tenant systems and the cloud platform.
Because of the advocacy work of the group Memoria Activa (Active Memory), the Interamerican Commission for Human Rights declared in 2005 that Argentina failed to provide justice in the AMIA case.
Variables Degrees of Degrees of F The freedom freedom significance 1 2 level active Memory 3 56 0.194 0.9 Flexibility 3 56 11.275 0 Attention 3 56 7.221 0 Argument 3 56 1.399 0.253 Table 2: Summary of multivariateanalys is to examine the effect of subjects.
Short-term memory is often called as alert or active memory. This memory is usable for immediate needs.
Superstorm Sandy is an active memory for many on Long Island, Marlin finds, even more than a year later.
The study was conducted to determine whether there is a connection between dependence on psychiatric medicines and active memory in the elderly in the Kingdom of Bahrain and whether such relationship varies according to gender, social status, educational level, chronic ailments and age group.
* Host Memory Details, including Memory Usage, Active Memory, Balloon Memory, and Memory Commitment.
NON-MEM 7.2 includes product enhancements such as parallel computing of a single problem over multiple cores or computers, helping to reduce completion time; and active memory allocation according to problem size, eliminating the need to recompile the NONMEM program for unusually large problems.
The new i-NVMM encryption system will selectively choose which data to keep encrypted in memory, meaning, for example, that spreadsheet or word processing sections of active memory can be automatically encrypted - and so protected - when a machine is turned off, he says.
Aleida Assmann distinguishes between two modes of cultural memory: 'The institutions of active memory preserve the past as present while the institutions of passive memory preserve the past as past.'27 For Assmann, the archive is a paradigmatic institution of passive memory.
Without this History, within whose frame we are all to be found, there will be none of that active Memory in society which offers the only available chance to make this Space of Wales our own in our own time, and to do so as our assured selves.
The first conceptual foundation of Parussa's project is the Jewish view of history as active memory, where through acts of remembering the past and its reactualization in the present, the past is rescued and brought "back into the flow of time in the hope that [it] will get a second chance" (3), and serve as an ethical paradigm for the future.
Between 1890 and 1918, a series of new regional Heimat associations, museums and publications engaged in the active memory work that demonstrated the distinctiveness of the regional past, yet at the same time affirmed the "oneness of the whole, Germany." (p.
"Accessing these databases within active memory to tackle malware in real time is still feasible, but there will eventually come a day when IT security vendors have to resort to different approaches to ensure their software fully protects the host computer," he added.
According to Mr Borrell, "we have to debate our country and society with an active memory, to take on the full responsibility of our past, and to honour those who lost their lives".
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