Addressing

Some articles on addressing:

Capability-based Addressing
... In computer science, capability-based addressing is a scheme used by some computers to control access to memory ... Under a capability-based addressing scheme, pointers are replaced by protected objects (called capabilities) that can only be created through the use of privileged instructions which may only ...
SMART Multicast - Addressing
... There are four forms of IP addressing, each with its own unique properties ... Unicast The most common concept of an IP address is a unicast address ...
The LC-3b
... (load and store data using PC-relative addressing) have been removed ... (indirect loads and stores) use register-based addressing instead of PC-relative addressing ...
SERCOS III - General Architecture - Addressing
... Devices must support Ethernet’s MAC addressing, plus the sercos III addressing ... Other addressing schemes are optional ...
Chinese Titles - Occupational Titles - Medicine
... (medical scholar), most commonly used when addressing a doctor used for practitioners of both Western and traditional Chinese medicine ... 醫師 (medical master), is a more formal title when addressing a practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine ... used to address high officials in ancient times, now used colloquially when addressing a doctor ...

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    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

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