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Difference between partition page segmentation in memory allocation?

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2009-10-08 10:30:05
2009-10-08 10:30:05

In partition memory is divided in to fixed/variable size of the partitions . Programs are stored in partitions.
In page allocation memory and programs are divided into small pages . These program pages are stored in the memory.One processor pages are need not allocate the continuous pages in memory.
segmentation is the grouping of information that is treated as a logical entity.

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