Some articles on pages, page frames, page:
... Pages, fixed-size blocks into which all virtual memory is divided ... Most IBM operating systems use 4KB (4,096-byte) pages, although some older systems ran quite well with 2KB (2,048-byte) pages ... Page frames, realized by dividing all real memory into pieces equal to the system's page size ...
... In computer storage, Bélády's anomaly proves that it is possible to have more page faults when increasing the number of page frames while using the First in First ... Each chunk is referred to as a page ... The central processor can only load a limited number of pages at a time ...
Famous quotes containing the words frames and/or page:
“In frames as large as rooms that face all ways
And block the ends of streets with giant loaves,
Screen graves with custard, cover slums with praise
Of motor-oil and cuts of salmon, shine
Perpetually these sharply-pictured groves
Of how life should be.”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)
“Heavn from all creatures, hides the book of Fate,
All but the page prescribd, their present state:”
—Alexander Pope (16881744)