Evaluate the physical address, Operating System

Compare between the one and two-dimensional memory organizations in terms of the  memory structure,  advantages, and disadvantages.  Which approach would better support the needs of modern operating environment? Why?  Please

Consider the following segment table  in a two dimensional memory organization:

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    1- Draw the map of the address space above (i.e. memory map) where X axis represents the segment number and Y axis is the addresses within a segment.      

2- Evaluate the physical address for each of the following logical addresses; locate each address on the memory map.            

      a- (0, 867)    b- (1, 3950)    c- (2, 2340)    
      d- (3, 7120)    e- (4, 1625)

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