Ø In a paging system, programs and data stored on disk are divided into equal, fixed sized blocks called pages, and main memory is divided into blocks of the same size called frames. Exactly one page can fit in one frame.
Physical memory is divided into parts called FRAME and logical memory is divided into parts called PAGE.
When using paging, the main memory is partioned into equal fixed-size chunk that are relatively small, and each process is also divided into small fixed-size chunks of the same size. Then, the chunks of a process known ase pages, are assigned to available chunks of memory known as frames or page frames.
what a wicked page, really helpfull Difference between pre-tensioned and post-tensioned?
A part of this question requires re-translating into readable English. The "size" of a page is 1 Kb. The size of a frame equals the size of a page, so a frame is also 1 Kb. There are to be 64 frames in 8 pages, which would mean 8 frames per page, except that one frame also equals one page?... This is illogical, unless you clarify your definition.
Basically non combustible and fire resistive are the same. Difference is non combustible has steel frame members that are unprotected or limited protected. Fire resistive has protected steel frame members with a fire rated material such as concrete.
By using frames, you can display more than one HTML document in the same browser window. The frameset tag <frameset> defines how to divide the window into frames. Each frameset defines a set of rows or columns to the size, or percentage of the page the frame is, and the source of the HTML to display in each frame. for example <frameset cols="300,400"> <frame src="frame_a.htm"> <frame src="frame_b.htm"> </frameset>
The space between a page's content and the edge of the page is called "margin" in printing, as well as web design.
a 540 difference
difference between home page and effective home page
The feild is inside the picture, the frame is out
A frame is the skeleton of a car without the mountings, were as a chasis is a mounted frame.
Ø In a paging system, programs and data stored on disk are divided into equal, fixed sized blocks called pages, and main memory is divided into blocks of the same size called frames. Exactly one page can fit in one frame. Physical memory is divided into parts called FRAME and logical memory is divided into parts called PAGE.
There is no difference
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The address of the beginning of a page frame is found by multiplying the page frame number by the number of frames.
An inertial frame of reference = constant vel. non inertial frame of reference = acceleration
A shell structure supports its self and a frame structure does not support it self.
I don't know about the size difference but, the early 50's chev truck frame is straight from front to back. The 80's frame drops several inches between the front and rear axle.