random memory

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the most common computer memory which can be used by programs to perform necessary tasks while the computer is on

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- Global RandomAccess: random memory access performance in parallel processing
This is a random memory but a recent trip to Meena Bazaar in Bur Dubai made me feel a sense of dj vu.
Conversely, the Cray XMT architecture was designed to run algorithms that effectively have random memory access behavior.
We can all relate to instances when some seemingly random memory "popped into" our minds.
Typically, CSPs are used to package flash, static access random memory (SRAM), controller and digital signal processing (DSP).
However, his wife's dying words, something he dismissed as nothing more than a random memory triggered by a closing-down brain, may have great significance.
He was director of engineering in 1997 when the plant opened and started trial production of 64-megabit dynamic random memory, or DRAM, chips.
Available in densities up to 128Mbits, MoSys' patented 1T-SRAM technology uses a single-transistor cell to achieve its exceptional density while maintaining the refresh-free interface and low latency random memory access cycle time associated with traditional six-transistor SRAM cells.
The tool-changer is CAM-driven and has a random memory. All the builder needs is to fit the Self-Unit module to a base and install the necessary automated devices or robotics to shuttle the parts between the machining stations.
A random memory: at a loft performance of a band called the Del Byzantines, which featured James Nares and Jim Jarmusch, Jack and I accompany the band onstage, masturbating the metal neck stump of a decapitated store dummy with the mannequin's severed arms.
Think of some of the choreographers still active in (primarily) American dance in 1965: Balanchine, Graham, Doris Humphrey, Jerome Robbins, Jose Limon, Merce Cunningham, Donald McKayle, Alwin Nikolais, Agnes de Mille, James Waring, Antony Tudor, Erick Hawkins, Helen Tamiris, Talley Beatty, Murray Louis, Gerald Arpino, Katherine Dunham, Anna Sokolow, Lew Christensen, Taylor, Robert Joffrey, Bob Fosse, Jeff Duncan, Gower Champion, Yvonne Rainer, Michael Kidd, John Taras, Alvin Ailey, Paul Sanasardo, Benjamin Harkarvy, Jacques D'Amboise, Charles Weidman, Ruth Page, John Butler, Glen Tetley, Ruthanna Boris, Pearl Lang, Lucas Hoving, Jack Cole, Eleo Pomare, Bella Lewitzky, and all the dozens of others my random memory (proper apologies proffered) has missed.
It's a totally random memory of the woman everyone knew to be all business when she had to be (and how!), but also knew how to laugh at herself and have fun.
Among these, the four challenging benchmarks are: 1) Global HPL (operating speed in solving large-scale simultaneous linear equations); 2) Global RandomAccess (random memory access performance in parallel processing); 3) EP STREAM (Triad) per system (memory access speed under multiple loads); and 4) Global FFT (total performance of Fast Fourier Transform).