Paging a memory management function, while multiprogramming
a processor management function, are the two interdependent?
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Answer / hemant chand dungriyal
Bcoz our main memory size is so small and our program size is
increasing day by day.So paging is a technique who divide the
big program into smaller segment or page and this segment
store in secondary storage.If CPU need page or segment who
store in secondary storage then CPU call to particular page
that's called by Demand Paging.
That's by reason memory management or processor management are
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