DMA

acronym: direct memory access (computer term)
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DMA

Direct Memory Access. The ability of an I/O device to write directly to the computer's RAM, bypassing the slow, CPU intensive Port I/O. On the PC architecture, DMA channels come in 8 bit and 16 bit varieties. Some are prereserved by design (for example, the floppy drives), while others at system configuration time, like for a sound card.
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DMA

Direct Memory Access, details ...
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DMA

Direct Memory Access/Addressing + Document Management Alliance
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DMA

Direct Memory Access. Memory access that does not involve the microprocessor. DMA is frequently used for data transfer directly betweek memory and a peripheral device, such as a disk drive.
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DMA

(In topic `Knowledge, Document, Workflow & Content Management`) The DMA (Document Management Alliance) is a task force association, comprising of a number commercial and government organisations, that is dedicated to defining interoperability standards for document management products. With member companies such as Boeing, Eastman Software, general
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DMA

Abbreviation of direct memory access, a technique for transferring data from main memory to a device without passing it through the CPU. Computers that have DMA channels can transfer data to and from devices much more quickly than computers without a DMA channel can.
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DMA

Direct Memory Access - when information is being taken into a computer from an external source, the cpu normally reads a location, or block of locations, in the external device and writes the information into its own RAM memory - with DMA, by contrast, the information is written directly from the external device into the cpu's memory without the cp
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DMA

Channels for Direct Memory Access, which allow a device to move data to and from RAM without interrupting the CPU.
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DMA

Direct Memory Access
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DMA

Direct Marketing Association
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DMA

Direct Memory Access.
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DMA

Defense Mapping Agency
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DMA

Acronym direct memory access. A high speed data storage mode of the IBM PC.
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DMA

Dental Manufacturers of America
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DMA

Dietary Managers Association
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DMA

<abbreviation> Dimethoxyamphetamine. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Dma

In computing, DMA is an abbreviation for Direct Memory Access. Direct memory access is a feature that improves microprocessor efficiency. In ordinary input/output operations, the processor (CPU) supervises the entire transfer of the data from a peripheral to the processor and then on to the destination memory location, or vice versa. In direct memo
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DMA

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] Divisional Maintenance Area
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DMA

[magazine] DMA (Dance Music Authority) was a monthly American dance music publication that ran from 1993 to 2003. It originally ceased publishing due to a downturn in advertising revenue. == Background == Founded by the publisher Gary Hayslett, Dance Music Authority Magazine (DMA) was based in Tinley Park, Illinois, and served as the voice
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DMA

DMA can refer to: ==Arts== ==Association== ==Chemistry== ==Computing== ==Demographics== ==Economics and business== ==Education== ==Government and military== ...
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