An Overview of Cache Memory in Memory Management

Ademodi Oluwatosin Abayomi, Ajayi Abayomi Olukayode, Green Oluwole Olakunle
2020 Automation Control and Intelligent Systems  
Cache memory are used in small, medium and high speed Central Processing Unit (CPU) to hold provisionally those content of the main memory which are currently in use. Preferably, Caches ought to have low miss rates, short access times, and power efficient at the same time. The design objectives are frequently gainsaying in practice. Nowadays, security concern about caches information outflow is based on the proficient attack of the information in the memory and the design for security in the
more » ... he memory are even more controlled and typically leads to significant cache performance. Fault tolerance is an additional advantage of the cache architecture which can be guaranteed in the memory to overcome the processor speed gap in the memory, the routine gap between processors and main memory continues to broaden, increasingly aggressive implementations of cache memories are needed to bridge the gap. In this paper, the objective is to make cache memory unsurprising as seen by the processor, so it can be used in hard real time system to achieve this we consider some of the issues that are involved in the implementation of highly optimized cache memories and survey the techniques that can be used to help achieve the increasingly stringent design targets.
doi:10.11648/j.acis.20200803.11 fatcat:4wz5ymwd6ngojfnog4s73kkobi