memory image


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Noun1.memory image - a mental image of something previously experiencedmemory image - a mental image of something previously experienced
image, mental image - an iconic mental representation; "her imagination forced images upon her too awful to contemplate"
memory picture - a memory image that is similar to a visual perception
afterimage, aftersensation - an image (usually a negative image) that persists after stimulation has ceased
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The update can mount or decrypt encrypted volumes using plain text passwords, escrow keys, or cryptographic keys extracted from the computer's memory image.
Using low cost x86 hardware, the single memory image cluster provides both shared memory including threads and OpenMP and MPI programming options, he said.
The authors then examined the effectiveness and strength of the implementations, by using them against cursory examination of the device and tools for obtaining the internal memory image.
He converted each line of his speech into a memory image and then situated each image in a specific location in the theater in which he was to speak.
Their brevity accentuated his talent for critical concision: John Ford's style, he wrote, "has evolved almost miraculously into a double vision of an event in all its vital immediacy yet also in its memory image on the horizon of history.
When the thinking subject subsequently turns his or her attention to this memory image and recalls it to mind, the result is the internal vision that Augustine associates with cogitation or imagination.
when the bomb blows the building apart it abstracts it, the pieces fall back together again and you get a memory image of what was there but vastly altered and psychologically made infinitely more intense than the original thing" (2).
Virtually by design, the imagery produced in a ganzfeld session arises from the participant's memory, and the striking hits that are observed are due to the participant's bringing forth a particular memory image that matches the target material (Bem & Honorton, 1994).
The toolkit provides the ability to produce position-independent code and data, arbitrarily pack data structures and configure the run-time memory image, move data from ROM to RAM at boot time, debug production code, and write sophisticated conditional assembler code for maximum configurability.
Here she goes on to stress that the memory image was persuasive and dramatic because it was violent.
The result--given the right OS hacks--is a cache-coherent multiprocessor system with a single memory image accessed by a single operating system kernel.
In addition, through Direct Memory Image Transfer technology, users of the new software can capture an exact image of the CAD geometry without translation, even when Algor and the CAD solid modeler reside on separate computers.