Virtual Memory: Issues of Implementation

@article{Jacob1998VirtualMI,
  title={Virtual Memory: Issues of Implementation},
  author={Bruce Jacob and Trevor N. Mudge},
  journal={IEEE Computer},
  year={1998},
  volume={31},
  pages={33-43}
}
The authors introduce basic virtual-memory technologies and then compare memory-management designs in three commercial microarchitectures. They show the diversity of virtual-memory support and, by implication, how this diversity can complicate and compromise system operations. V irtual memory was developed to automate the movement of program code and data between main memory and secondary storage to give the appearance of a single large store.1 This technique greatly simplified the programmer’s… CONTINUE READING
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