Caracteristicas de paginacion y segmentacion

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Characteristics of Paging and Segmentation Simple Paging Virtual Memory Paging Simple Segmentation Virtual Memory Segmentation Main memory partitioned into small fixed-size chunks called frames Main memory partitioned into small fixed-size chunks called frames Main memory not partitioned Main memory not partitioned Program broken into pages by the compiler or memory management system Program broken into pages by the compiler or memory management system Program segments specified by the programmer to the compiler (i.e. the decision is made by the programmer) Program segments specified by the programmer to the compiler (i.e. the decision is made by the programmer) Internal fragmentation within frames Internal fragmentation within frames No internal fragmentation No internal fragmentation External fragmentation External fragmentation No external fragmentation No external fragmentation Operating system must maintain a page table for each process showing which frame each page occupies
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course SISTEMAS O 1 taught by Professor Garza during the Spring '11 term at ITESM.

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