Define dma, Computer Engineering

Define DMA.

The transfer of data among a fast storage device such as magnetic disk and memory if often limited by the speed of the CPU. Removing the CPU from the path and letting to peripheral device manage the memory buses directly would improve the speed of transfer. This transfer method is called DMA.

 

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