paging

Either, broadcasting an alert message to a mobile to locate it, ready for an incoming (i.e. MT) call, message or packet, part of the MM (Mobility Management) process in mobile networks. Or, in a wider context, paging is the older one-way technology of text and tone pagers using radio. Growth of SMS and CMT two-way messaging is making it obsolete although it is still attractive in some environments, such as medical (where transmitting devices can interfere with equipment) and emergency services (where transmitters can cause hazardous sparks). Paging systems can inter-communicate using UCP, TAP, TNPP, TDP, SNPP, WCTP. Paging radio protocols include POCSAG and ERMES. ...

Paging

In computer operating systems, paging is one of the memory-management schemes by which a computer can store and retrieve data from secondary storage for use in main memory. In the paging memory-management scheme, the operating system retrieves data from secondary storage in same-size blocks called pages. The main advantage of paging over memory se...
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Paging

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Page • (n.) The marking or numbering of the pages of a book.
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paging

noun calling out the name of a person (especially by a loudspeaker system); `the public address system in the hospital was used for paging`
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Paging

Pa'ging noun The marking or numbering of the pages of a book.
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paging

A mechanism by which a process can occupy less physical memory than is allocated in the logical address space. Performed through the division of memory into pages that can be paged in from or out to the swap area on disk.
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paging

Method of increasing a computer's apparent memory capacity
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paging

[n] - calling out the name of a person (especially by a loudspeaker system)
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