Denning, Peter J.
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Virtual memory is the simulation of a storage space so large that users do not need to recompile their works when storage configurations change. Every byte of the virtual memory is addressed in the same way, regardless of the placement of address pace components in the memory hierarchy.
Virtual memory is the simulation of a storage space so large that users do not need to recompile their works when the capacity of a local memory or the configruation of a network changes.January 2008 Rev 6/5/08
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