What is memory mapping in microprocessor?

ayman fikry
ayman fikry

Posted On: Feb 25, 2020

 

The memory mapping is used to transfer the logical address space into physical memory but sometimes physical memory is a smaller size. The microprocessor can access external memory. The memory mapping used for increased access to physical memory.

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