|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|segments of liver||0.98||0.4||719||80|
|segments merino wool||1.82||0.4||1622||45|
|segments of ica||0.99||0.6||2240||38|
|segments of the lung||0.22||0.7||9900||85|
|segments in marketing||1.06||0.3||9354||9|
|segments of vertebral artery||1.59||0.9||5428||66|
|segments of the internal carotid artery||1.24||0.8||1932||17|
|segments of liver radiopaedia||0.02||0.9||1219||38|
Kids Definition of segment 1 : any of the parts into which a thing is divided or naturally separates 2 : a part cut off from a figure (as a circle) by means of a line or plane 3 : a part of a straight line included between two pointsHow does segmentation work in x86?
In the x86 implementation of segmentation, the segment table, rather than pointing to a page table for the segment, contains the segment address in linear memory. This address is then mapped to a physical address using a separate page table. Unlike other paged implementations of segmentation this prevents segments from dynamically growing in size.What is memory segmentation?
Memory segmentation is a computer (primary) memory management technique of division of a computer 's primary memory into segments or sections. In a computer system using segmentation, a reference to a memory location includes a value that identifies a segment and an offset (memory location) within that segment.What is a segmenter palm leaf?
Typical "segmenters" present a ring of rounded segments or spores, each with a small, dot-like chromatin mass. The young leaf grows out from the top of the palm with the segments pressed together in the form of a lance. The segments are then placed in cool clear water for twelve hours and again placed out in the sun for two days to dry.