Refresh

Refresh may refer to:

  • Refresh rate, the rate at which a display illuminates
  • Meta refresh, an HTML tag
  • Memory refresh, reading and writing to the same area of computer memory
  • Refreshable Braille display, a device for blind computer users
  • USS Refresh (AM-287), an Admirable-class minesweeper built for the U.S. Navy during World War II
  • Refresh UK, a brewing business started in 2000

Other articles related to "refresh":

Deployable Joint Command And Control - Design - Refresh
... The DJC2 program is currently in its Technology Refresh and Technology Insertion phase, which will include inserting such technologies as Secure Wireless Networking into the existing ...
Memory Refresh - How DRAM Refresh Works
... read and write cycles) used to access data, but specialized cycles called refresh cycles which are generated by separate counter circuits in the ... So the read electronics has the ability to refresh an entire row of memory in parallel, significantly speeding up the refresh process ... time, so an abbreviated cycle called a refresh cycle is used ...
SDR SDRAM - Auto Refresh
... It is possible to refresh a RAM chip by opening and closing (activating and precharging) each row in each bank ... However, to simplify the memory controller, SDRAM chips support an "auto refresh" command, which performs these operations to one row in each bank simultaneously ... controller must simply issue a sufficient number of auto refresh commands (one per row, 4096 in the example we have been using) every refresh interval (tREF ...

Famous quotes containing the word refresh:

    There are women in middle life, whose days are crowded with practical duties, physical strain, and moral responsibility ... they fail to see that some use of the mind, in solid reading or in study, would refresh them by its contrast with carking cares, and would prepare interest and pleasure for their later years. Such women often sink into depression, as their cares fall away from them, and many even become insane. They are mentally starved to death.
    Ellen Henrietta Swallow Richards (1842–1911)

    These sweet thoughts do even refresh my labors.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Beauty, sweet Love, is like the morning dew,
    Whose short refresh upon the tender green
    Cheers for a time, but till the sun doth shew,
    And straight ‘tis gone as it had never been.
    Samuel Daniel (1562–1619)