Caches

Some articles on caches, cache:

Stanislav Lunev - Nuclear Sabotage Operations
... It was known from other sources that large arms caches were hidden by the KGB in many countries for these planned acts of terrorism ... One of such cache, which was identified by Vasili Mitrokhin, exploded when Swiss authorities tried to remove it from woods near Berne ... Several others caches were removed successfully ...
Mitrokhin Archive - Preparations For Large-scale Sabotage in The West
... war, although none was recorded as having been carried out, beyond creating weapons and explosives caches in assorted foreign countries ... Large arms caches were hidden in many countries to support such planned terrorism acts ... One such cache, identified by Mitrokhin, was found by Swiss authorities in the woods near Fribourg ...
Groundspeak - Variations - Converting and Filtering Data
... can assign special icons or search (filter) for caches based on certain criteria (e.g ... means hunting a geocache without a physical printout of the cache description ... the seeker has an electronic means of viewing the cache information in the field, such as pre-downloading the information to a PDA or other electronic device ...
Alpha 21064 - Description - Caches
... The 21064 has two on-die primary caches an 8 KB data cache (known as the D-cache) using a write-through write policy and an 8 KB instruction cache (known as the I-cache) ... Both caches are direct-mapped for single-cycle access and have 32-byte line size ... The caches are built with six-transistor static random access memory (SRAM) cells that have an area of 98 ┬Ám2 ...
Alpha 21264 - Description - Cache - Primary Caches
... The primary cache is split into separate caches for instructions and data, the I-cache and D-cache respectively ... Both caches have a capacity of 64 KB ... The D-cache is dual-ported by transferring data on both the rising and falling edges of the clock signal ...