atmintis statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Gebėjimas įsiminti duomenis, tam tikrą laiką juos išsaugoti ir pagal užklausą pateikti. Atminties pagrindinės savybės: talpa, sparta, galimybės tvarkyti duomenis, prieigos prie duomenų būdai, duomenų išlikimo trukmė ir pan. Fiziškai realizuojama ↑atminties įtaise. pavyzdys(-iai) adresuojamoji atmintis, atminties fragmentavimas, atminties paskyrimas, atminties paskirstymas, atminties peržiūra, atminties puslapis, atminties sparta, atminties sritis, atminties talpa, atsarginė atmintis, baitinė atmintis, buferinė atmintis, dėklinė atmintis, hierarchinė atmintis, ilgalaikė atmintis, išliekamoji atmintis, išorinė atmintis, laikinoji atmintis, neišliekamoji atmintis, puslapinė atmintis, statinė atmintis, tiesioginės prieigos atmintis, trinioji atmintis, trumpalaikė atmintis, vidinė atmintis. atitikmenys: angl. memory ryšiai: dar žiūrėkatminties įtaisas siauresnis terminasasociatyvioji atmintis siauresnis terminasbendroji atmintis siauresnis terminaslaisvosios prieigos atmintis siauresnis terminasnuosekliosios prieigos atmintis siauresnis terminasoperatyvioji atmintis siauresnis terminaspaskirstytoji atmintis siauresnis terminaspastovioji atmintis siauresnis terminasspausdintuvo atmintis siauresnis terminasvaizdo atmintis siauresnis terminasvertimo atmintis siauresnis terminasvirtualioji atmintis susijęs terminasatminties apsauga susijęs terminasatminties išklotinė susijęs terminasatminties segmentas

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