Uniform memory access model (uma), Computer Engineering

Uniform Memory Access Model (UMA)

In this model, the main memory is uniformly shared by all processors in multiprocessor systems and each processor has equal access time to shared memory. This model is need for time-sharing applications in a multi user environment.

 

 

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