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A technique for implementing virtual memory. The virtual address space is divided into a number of fixed-size blocks called pages, each of which can be mapped onto any of the physical addresses available on the system. Special memory management hardware (MMU or PMMU) performs the address translation from virtual addresses to physical addresses. See also memory management unit, paged memory management unit, virtual memory.
Calling out the name of a person (especially by a loudspeaker system).
Method of increasing a computer's apparent memory capacity. See virtual memory.