static memory

static memory

n.
Digital memory that retains stored data even after power is shut off.
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Obstetrics simulators will be used and the participants will be provided computerized skilled training as Dynamic memory, she opined, is more useful as compared to static memory.
The "Static Memory Requirements" indicates the storage requirements for a phone to store the credit cards and offline certificates.
Last of all, "Maximum Storage" in Table 3 sums up the static memory and dynamic memory requirements.
The Xbox One will also have 32MB of static memory, or SRAM, built onto its GPU, as well as another 30GB/s available for controllers, accessories and the Kinect.
Power outages have forced server shutdowns for gaming and likely other more crucial activities along with production of a few key technologies, including NAND flash memory, a static memory in smart phones and tablets; chip materials and silicon wafers; DRAM chips, a static memory system; and high-tech batteries.
A case in point is this year's Russian Derby, in which US-breds filled the first three places led by Static Memory, a son of Malibu Moon who cost $15,000 as a foal at the 2006 Keeneland November Sale.
Static memory retains information even when the power is off or the memory chip is removed from the device.
By focusing on Chekhov's consistent use of the pattern of the journey through time and of motifs of 'sacred', commemorated space, Kirjanov shows how the writer establishes a distinction between static memory (in which the past is cut adrift from the present and posited as the realm of nostalgic longing or bitter regret) and dynamic memory (in which the protagonist actively engages with the past, integrating it into his present surroundings, opening up channels of communication with others and with the future).
To demonstrate the utility of informing memory operations for performance monitoring, we implemented a fairly simple, low-overhead tool which collects the precise cache miss counts for all static memory reference instructions except for those that reference the stack (we ignore stack references since they are likely to enjoy cache hits).
Fortran-77 and earlier dialects are fundamentally flawed by static memory allocation (as will be explained), and some members of X3J3 clearly recognize that in order to change it into a modern, well-designed language, one must not only introduce new features, but also remove some old features because old and new cannot rationally co-exist.
One of Hunter's central objections, that the Fortran language is inherently based on static memory allocation, is not really true either in theory or in practice.