Memory Sample Clauses

Memory. Violations‌ A Memory Violation is reported from: • LDS alignment error. • Memory read/write/atomic alignment error. • Flat access where the address is invalid (does not fall in any aperture). • Write to a read-only surface. • GDS alignment or address range error. • GWS operation aborted (semaphore or barrier not executed). Memory violations are not reported for instruction or scalar-data accesses. Memory Buffer to LDS does NOT return a memory violation if the LDS address is out of range, but masks off EXEC bits of threads that would go out of range. When a memory access is in violation, the appropriate memory (LDS or TC) returns MEM_VIOL to the wave. This is stored in the wave’s TRAPSTS.mem_viol bit. This bit is sticky, so once set to 1, it remains at 1 until the user clears it. There is a corresponding exception enable bit (EXCP_EN.mem_viol). If this bit is set when the memory returns with a violation, the wave jumps to the trap handler. Memory violations are not precise. The violation is reported when the LDS or TC processes the address; during this time, the wave may have processed many more instructions. When a mem_viol is reported, the Program Counter saved is that of the next instruction to execute; it has no relationship the faulting instruction.
Memory. 6.2.1 RFID [***] Specification No. [***]
Memory a. Type is DIMM. b. Size should be no less than 64 Megs, however, the more the better.
Memory. Rhodes et al. (1995) found inverse correlations between memory and learning performance and the apnea hypopnea index in 14 morbidly obese children. Smaller deficits were observed by Blunden et al. (2000), who found in their sample of children with mild SROBD that mean global memory performance was in the lower end of the normal range compared to controls. A recent study using actigraphy in normal school-age children showed that lower sleep efficiency and longer sleep latency were associated with a higher percentage of incorrect responses in working memory tasks; shorter sleep duration was associated with performing tasks at the highest load level only. Also, controlling for age, gender, and socioeconomic status, sleep efficiency and latency were significantly associated with the mean incorrect response rate in auditory working memory tasks. This study showed that sleep quality (evaluated as sleep efficiency= 100* [sleep + light sleep]/duration) is more strongly associated with performance in working memory tasks than sleep duration, suggesting that in assessing sleep, attention should be directed not only at the amount of sleep but also at sleep quality.
Memory. Important data about the unit’s operation, including the number of opera- tions, time since its memory was reset and configuration data shall be maintained in the unit’s memory, with the ability to be displayed on the thermostat LCD ( in diagnostic mode). All information stored in the programmable load control thermostats memory must be able to be downloaded and exported into MS Excel, MS Word, or MS Access applications.
Memory. 7 (3) Storage 8 (4) Network
Memory. 7. Ability to describe clearly what is seen and heard I keep in mind the rule in Faryna and Chorney that the “real test” of the witnessstory “must be” whether it is in accordance with the preponderance of probabilities of the case as a whole. Given that the date of Ms. Yogesvaran’s car accident was May 13, 2007, the Statutory Accident Benefits ScheduleAccidents on or after November 1, 1996 applies and, in particular, the historical version in force between February 1, 2007 and July 2, 2007. That version sets out the rules for income replacement benefits in sections 4 through 11. In brief, sections 4(1) and 5(1) provide that an insurer is liable to pay income replacement benefits for the first two years after the accident where the injured person has a “substantial inability to perform the essential tasks of the employmentas a result of the accident. That test changes at the two-year mark. After two years, an insurer is liable to pay income replacement benefits if the insured person has a “complete inability to engage in any employment for which he or she is reasonably suited by education, training or experience” as a result of the accident (section 5(2)). The law on assessments changed with the introduction of the new Schedule in 2010. A Bulletin from the Financial Services Commission of Ontario on the transition from the 1994 to the 2010 rules is helpful for clearly explaining the change.3 The Bulletin describes accidents that took place before 2010 as “old accidents”:
Memory. Unlike the K30, K40D memory is not segmented into display and program memory. Total RIGS RAM memory consists of memory soldered on the controller board and additional memory added via expansion slots. There are two sets of SIMM expansion slots, A and B, each of which hold 2 SIMM modules. For reference, Slot A is comprised of memory sockets SIMM2 and SIMM3 (as silkscreened on the board) and Slot B is SIMM4 and SIMM5. SIMM's are standard 72 pin, 32-bit (no parity) configurations. SIMM modules with parity (36 bit) can be used, though the parity bits are not used. Several general rules apply to adding SIMM memory. Memory is interleaved: SIMM's must be added in pairs. Also, if a double-sided module (or a single single-sided module that uses two chip-select signals) is used in Slot A, Slot B is not usable. Either controller model will handle the following memory configurations. Although a variety of configurations is possible, only those that indicate "Supported" are supported and tested in software. TABLE 4-2 MEMORY CONFIGURATIONS ------------------------------ --------------- -------------- ------------- ------------- --------------- SIMM TYPE(S) SOLDERED ON A SLOTS (2) B SLOTS (2) TOTAL SUPPORTED ------------------------------ --------------- -------------- ------------- ------------- --------------- 2 MB (256K depth) 8 MB 4 MB - 12 MB Yes ------------------------------ --------------- -------------- ------------- ------------- --------------- 4 MB 8 MB 8 MB - 16 MB Yes ------------------------------ --------------- -------------- ------------- ------------- --------------- 4 MB 8 MB 8 MB 8 MB 24 MB Yes ------------------------------ --------------- -------------- ------------- ------------- --------------- 8 MB (DS) 8 MB 16 MB - 24 MB Yes ------------------------------ --------------- -------------- ------------- ------------- --------------- 8 MB (DS) + 4 MB 8 MB 16 MB 8 MB 32 MB NO ------------------------------ --------------- -------------- ------------- ------------- --------------- 16 MB 8 MB 32 MB - 40 MB Yes ------------------------------ --------------- -------------- ------------- ------------- --------------- 8 MB (DS) 8 MB 16 MB 16 MB 40 MB NO ------------------------------ --------------- -------------- ------------- ------------- --------------- 4 MB + 16 MB 8 MB 8 MB 32 MB 48 MB NO ------------------------------ --------------- -------------- ------------- ------------- --------------- 16 MB + 16 MB 8 MB 32 MB 32 MB 64 MB Yes -----------------...
Memory. Resource usage for this Resource Category will be measured as the number of memory gigabytes utilized to support the Services during a calendar month.
Memory. 3. Disk; and